Robert Ambrogi has an excellent piece on Law.com this week, "Legal Wikis Are Bound to Wow You," which describes how wikis are being used to promote legal scholarship and "lawyer-to-lawyer collaboration." Ambrogi also supplies a large list of legal wikis, including the Death Penalty Wiki and the Internet Law Treatise sponsored by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. What's a wiki? It's a website that allows individuals to edit the content of the site collectively. Wikis can be open to edits from the entire world, or they can be password-protected so that only particular individuals can contribute content. What are the origins of the word "wiki"? It's allegedly derived from the Hawaiian word "wiki," which means "quick."