Monthly Archives: February 2004

WiFi access to public information domains

The Austrian government has decided to provide its citizens with free wireless access to all ‘.gov.at’ government websites. Any citizen equipped with a wireless-enabled notebook can thus connect to any e-government service if he or she is close enough to … Continue reading

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Geeks and the Dijalog Lifestyle

Managing a mixed – digital and analog – media collection, lessons for information management

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Epidemic Management Using OASIS ebXML, UBL and XACML Standards

Example of ebXMLrr use case and implementation

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UDDI, semantics and XTM (Topic Maps)

Linking data in a repository to an ontology using URIs as keys See the full thread on the InfoLoom mail archive

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Book Review (Information Architecture with XML by yours truly)

Well, now I know that someone is reading it out there, and seems to appreciate my work: “With 14 chapters jam-packed with useful information, this book is a must read for every manager regardless of where they fall in the … Continue reading

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A Flexible Classification Scheme for Metadata Resources

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What’s in a name?

Oh dear… The proceedings for the XML USA 2003 Conference – given to participants on CD-ROM and more recently made available on the web – were put together using some nifty software. However…it doesn’t seem to have been able to … Continue reading

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