Reality Check'commentary: The lesson to be learned from the rise of Web 2.0 metadata is that the value of data is not inherent in the data itself.
Another View'commentary: The social Web has saved the Semantic Web by harnessing people around highly interactive sites to produce shared data.
Commentary: Date formats are a good indicator of the maturity ' or immaturity ' of your information management practices.
Commentary: To eliminate IT stovepipes, start by recognizing that most systems are that way by design.
Commentary: Government organizations can learn a lot from the iPhone.
In the battle over Rich Internet Applications, users will emerge the winners.
Federated query can be the killer app for service-oriented architectures.
Successful data standardization relies on strong technical leadership combining business acumen with deep technical expertise. If you don't have it, find someone who does.
You may feel the urge to upgrade to Web 2.0 today. But before you make that leap, there is a more important question: Have you really even implemented Web 1.0?
Have you ever wondered why they name laws after children, such as 'Jessica's Law'? The reason is that complex issues need a simple, recognizable 'face' to make them real for a wide audience. This is exactly the kind of catalyst that information sharing needs.