IBM has a very cool project called "History Flow" that visualizes the evolution of documents and the interactions of multiple collaborating authors. There are many interesting views. They are using wikis for this.
Thanks for the link Clay!
Also be sure and check out Clay's Analysis
Looks like a graph of IBM's history, showing a colored stripe for every patent application rewarded over time. :)
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