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Information Architecture with XML: A Management Strategy
by Peter Brown "In the 'good old days' before food labelling, sell-by dates and competitive brand promotion, you placed yourself at the mercy of your local village store..." (more)
SIPs: digital rot, document typologies, semantic building blocks, information typology, newspaper paradigm (more)
CAPs: Mapping the Old, World Wide Web, Topic Maps, Delivery Management, The President (more)


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In the 'good old days' before food labelling, sell-by dates and competitive brand promotion, you placed yourself at the mercy of your local village store manager. Read the first page
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digital rot, document typologies, semantic building blocks, information typology, newspaper paradigm, knowledge moulds, addressable resources, content chunks, terminal format, information territory, external metadata, knowledge pyramid, container management, metadata elements, information architecture, document family, content management, schema design
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Mapping the Old, World Wide Web, Topic Maps, Delivery Management, The President, Electronic Data Interchange, Semantic Web, Building Momentum, Vice President Dupont, Dublin Core, Unified Modeling Language, Universal Business Language, Scalable Vector Graphics, Editorial Board
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try first implementing consistent metadata, February 19, 2005
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This book offers a company a way to recast and re-implement a lot of its data handling. Surely an ambitious goal, and one that many might be reluctant to undertake. But the book strives to explain how a proper management level understanding of XML can enable these changes. It is not a book about the detailed syntax of XML and its associated standards. That is properly the remit of the programmers themselves, to understand and apply.

Rather, the book aims at a higher level. Even if your current digital data takes on many disparate formats, you can use XML to implement a consistent metadata view. This is stored in XML and at the very least, lets you do rich searching through corporate data. Without necessarily changing any of the latter.

The book discusses far more. But the above can be a conservative approach that lets you gather easy benefits from just a partial XML deployment. Just getting used to thinking about metadata can benefit you as a manager, by exposing new ways of thinking about your company's assets.

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