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Conference notes from: Gilbane Boston 2010 — Content assets permeate every aspect of an organization

We're headed to Boston, MA for the¬†Gilbane Conference tomorrow. We're looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones. After more than a decade in the industry, we're looking forward to sharing stories, lessons learned, and thoughts about content…

Given enough time and resources, Sharepoint can make anything happen

Recently I was preparing my talk for the Gilbane Boston conference coming up in December. I'm presenting along-side two people I respect a lot: Barry Schaeffer and Doug Gorman. I've known Barry for years and years. He's the former President…

Learning: The never ending path of inspiration

I love talking to people, finding out what they've done, and why they made the choices they did. For me it comes as second nature to always inquire. When I was first starting out in the field of information architecture…

Advisory Line Can Get You Through a Tough Spot

Today we're excited to announce the launch of the Single-Sourcing Solutions Advisory Line. The Advisory Line is designed to help resolve issues for customers who are facing tight time lines or who may have limited resources. We wanted to provide…

Wondering whether single sourcing really works?

Next week I'll be speaking at the DITA North America/Content Management Strategies conference happening in Santa Clara, CA.¬†It's been small the last couple of years, but all conferences have been down in overall attendance. I've presented at this conference many…

Show Me the Demo!

That's the cry of the aspiring information architect. Unfortunately, success isn't about the technology A techpubs department is a techpubs department and one is not so unlike another. At a certain level that's true, but the devil's in the details…

Will you join us in community service?

Just before the holidays, I saw the following in Forbes: Recent research conducted by Washington, D.C.-based Corporation for National & Community Service reveals that charitable work literally makes the heart grow stronger. Individuals with coronary artery disease who participate in…

Benefits of dynamic product information delivery for life sciences

I was fortunate enough to reconnect to an old friend. I reached out to Greg Johnson from Medtronic and had an amazing conversation about their dynamic information delivery system and the benefits it has to Medical Devices and Life Sciences…