They also searched the Web for material they could use to expand my one-line biography. After they were done, the Marshall Poe entry was two paragraphs long and included a good bibliography. Now that's wiki magic.
2006 August 29, Ivan Hanley <email@example.com>, “Re: Wiki Eurogame entry”, in rec.games.board, Usenet, message-ID <jYydnbg-sYQ51mnZRVnyjw@pipex.net>:
It doesn't really bother me either way but I suppose the 'wiki magic' should smooth over anything that needs it :).
2007, Searcher: the magazine for database professionals, volume 15, Learned Information:
User-generated content, the so- called "wisdom of the crowd," phenomenon continues to work its wiki magic and continues to raise wiki-ed controversy.
2010, Kevin T. McDonald, Above the Clouds: Managing Risk in the World of Cloud Computing, IT Governance Ltd, ISBN9781849280327, page 137:
The Cloud may represent a virtual storefront of data feeds and data products, combined via mashup, open source tinkering and wiki magic to form patterns of data where before there were only raw feeds.