A wiki-wiki is a web site that's easy for readers to edit--it's a good way to build a collaborative information resource. The "Wikipedia" project aims to build a free encyclopedia; they have almost 250,000 articles, one of which is on nanotechnology. The article shows signs of being written by committee. One paragraph refers to molecular manufacturing as hype, but later the article goes into some detail on how it could work and what its effects could be.
More encouraging is the "Disinfopedia." Their entry on nanotechnology asserts (with some justice) that the word is overhyped to the point of being meaningless. But it also says that the position that molecular manufacturing is impossible is "very much on the wane" as of late 2003. (The article specifically mentions Richard Smalley as part of this waning group.)
Let's hope they're right. Although several prominent scientists have asserted their opinion that molecular manufacturing is impossible or unworkable, they have not given useful arguments. It's looking more and more like they have no solid arguments to give. In that case, their rhetoric has substantially and wrongfully delayed American and global preparedness for the development of molecular manufacturing.