Insights From LIS - Marcia Bates

Marcia Bates' After the Dot Bomb reveals a few methods those of us without information science educations should know about. It's a bit finger-wavey (you web design whipper snappers you!) but it's worth reading. Also, she's way off the mark regarding ontologies, but that's a rant for another day.

Eric unearths a related link, The fundamentals of information science, wherein a university librarian bullet points some big ideas from that field.

Friday, July 12, 2002 | Permalink | Filed in Organization Schemes


Dreyfuss Mobile Phone

Survey of Web Genres

Doblin's Short, Grandiose Theory

Marsupial Mouse

Search method seeds

Volunteering pays


Headline! Radio buttons originally controlled radios

Cost and Style

Litmus test for scent/meaning

Shifting information goals

Theory: EBay as Flea Market

Teaching in Sound Bites