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An inforant on the state of information management today
Wednesday, 5th May 2010
At a time when there is more information than ever before, and production has outstripped storage, Mark Field questions the emergence of different belief systems around information management and the lack of interest is assigning keywords, and concludes that information is the wild frontier where explorers blunder about studiously ignoring each other's expeditions.
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By Mark Field
Mark Field has worked in knowledge and information management for over 25 years. Currently working in the UK Civil Service, his views are no reflection on his employers' as he will obsess about the need for systematics in information management, a highly subversive position. He set up the 39th .org.uk domain, one of the first 20,000 websites in the world, deployed the second Apple Internet Server in the UK, and organises his books by size and colour.
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