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By Martin Belam


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At the recent EuroIA Summit in Amsterdam, delegates focused on ‘redrawing the map' - the power of Information Architecture to enable information sharing across all kinds of borders. Martin Belam reviews the sessions and provides a preview for the 2009 summit.


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At the recent EuroIA Summit in Amsterdam, delegates focused on ‘redrawing the map' - the power of Information Architecture to enable information sharing across all kinds of borders. Martin Belam reviews the sessions and provides a preview for the 2009 summit.

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...the kind of attention to detail that leads the average Information Architect to enjoy nothing more than ‘hiding in a room for 4 weeks in order to produce a 120 page document with 15,000 annotations' often precludes being a visionary leader.

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Martin Belam is Information Architect for guardian.co.uk. Before joining The Guardian, he worked as an Internet Consultant with organisations like the BBC, Sony, Vodafone and the Science Museum.

Martin also blogs about information architecture and the media at currybet.net and can be found on Twitter as @currybet.

Martin can be reached at martin.belam@freepint.com

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