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Faceted navigation: facet overload

Faceted navigation can be very useful and a valuable part of a good taxonomy. Advances in computing power and CMS capabilities have made it easy to present users with a plethora of choices for narrowing their selections from a large data set. While it’s tempting to expose all the metadata that is available for site […]

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Taxonomy vs. Information Architecture

“Taxonomy” is an overused term. There are both different kinds of taxonomies and different definitions of taxonomies. In general, taxonomy is a hierarchical structure for the classification or organization of data, historically used by biologists to classify plants or animals according to a set of natural relationships. In content management and information architecture, taxonomies are […]

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Is Re-tweeting better than Tweeting?

I have been using Twitter for most of this year to Tweet what I find to be interesting information.  (You can follow me at @AlanWeintraub). I am not one of those tweeters who tweets their every movement during the day.  I see the value of Twitter a bit different than most. I feel that Twitter […]

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Managing Social Conscience in the Corporate World

The incident at Rutgers has made me think about the implications of our actions when posting information to a social networking site.  I just posted a BLOG on the AIIM Coommunity site that addresses the need to implement a Governance program that sets the rules for insuring the integrity of information loaded onto a Corporate […]

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Perficient partners with FatWire Software

Today, we’re announcing that we’ve partnered with FatWire Software, a leading provider of Web Experience Management (WEM) solutions. We’re always trying to help our customers gain a better ROI from their web content management (“WCM”) initiatives by providing strategic WCM planning, design, implementation and migration consulting services through the use of our web content migration […]

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Spam and JIT: Amazon Vs The Corner Store

In my first post, I was asked about spam and how ECM can help with it. If you are not familiar with the term spam, it is any information which is delivered to you which you don’t really care to know. Today, email servers’ administrators/providers are doing a good job preventing spam from filling inboxes, […]

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