Category Archives: content management

Documentation GO

It should be obvious by now that the use of augmented (digital) reality is mainstream (with the universality of Pokemon GO, for example) but there is more than the display technology that should point the way to effective ways to … Continue reading

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Content Stratification

Ever-Broadening Content Horizons In her recent blog post ‘Content strategy – a revolution?’, Betty Tew is just touching the tip of the iceberg (or, whatever the equivalent in a cloud metaphor would be). I like how she refers to “the … Continue reading

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More Than the Medium

I wonder if the reason for the decline of newspaper publishing companies (some say steep decline) is not just that digital technologies are replacing their delivery mechanism. I suspect that it is not because online, specifically web, delivery of content … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of an Information Team

The webinar program, An Evening with National Public Radio (NPR), hosted by the Potomac Valley Chapter of ASIS&T, touched on a few of the interesting challenges of information lifecycle management of an innovative media organization that produces and airs shows … Continue reading

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