In my latest Social Times post, I ask Jimmy Wales why Wikipedia has no real general entry on social gaming, which now counts 200 million-plus players and several leading companies worth billions. For myself, I think it's the same reason Wikipedia's MMORPG entry is 4000 words long: As a user-generated Internet site, Wikipedia editorial skews toward geek-heavy interests, and the coverage often doesn't reflect the actual, broader interest in a given topic. This is both its blessing and curse. However, it does lend itself to a confirmation bias that makes many hardcore gamers and virtual world users believe their interest is larger in the scheme of things than it actually is. So unsurprisingly, while FarmVille with 65 million users rates a Wikipedia entry that's about 2100 words long, World of Warcraft with 11 million users gets a Wikipedia entry with 4000 words, and Second Life with its 1 million users gets an epic, 6000 word Wikipedia entry. Anyway, more here.