Now anyone can make a book out of their favorite Wikipedia articles:
Users can create the book without leaving Wikipedia. A “create a book” button has been added in the print/export section of Wikipedia‘s left navigation sidebar that brings them to the book creator. When you browse the site, you can add articles to the book by clicking the “Add the Page” button.
Users can then arrange the order of the articles, choose a cover photo andgive the book its title and an editor‘s name. The price of the unique books depends on the number of pages and starts at $8.90. Books are ready for shipment within two working days.
While I think this could be a useful idea (there's a video further explaining the concept on the PediaPress homepage), I also (half-seriously) think we need to come up with a word for this kind of thing, because "book" is becoming way too broad a word with all the inexpensive publishing methods available today.