Tuesday, July 08, 2003

I'm conduting an experiment with the google and inktomi crawlers by moving some content to my fron t page. Please excuse the repetition.


Some papers that I've written and you may find interesting:

:: The Profession of Knowledge Conversion: Continued relevance
for information professionals :: With all the buzz about Knowledge
Management, does the classically trained librarian still have any
relevance? By analyzing Nonaka and Takeuchi's framework for knowledge
conversion, it's apparent that information professionals are crucial
to the knowledge economy.

:: And He Spoke:: A cyberpunk story for librarians. What does the DMCA
have in common with Melvil Dewey?

::Narratives and Implications : An analysis of Dear 1991:: A critique of Peter
Dear's look at the development of science in Britain and on the continent
at the time of Galileo and Francis Bacon.

::The Import Threat : Detroit's Boundary Objects During the 1980s:: Learn how the big three failed to notice Star's boundary objects.

::Fitness Landscapes for Academic Libraries::

::The Market Dynamics of Speculation : Hayekian Market Signals and
the Rise of the Culture Industries
:: Take Hayek, Shannon, and
CNBC. Throw in some carnival (Bakhtin) and kipple (Dick). You get
a market bubble.

::Gadzuki:: A view of the Hirsch/Fish debate

::Learning from PTO : CIPO's solution to prior art:: A quick look at the problems facing the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

::The Metamorphosis : Lenoir's Narrative on Biomedicine as an Information
:: Is biomedicince emerging as an info science? I don't
think so!

::Human Agency & the Price of Oil: Hayek as Iraqi Journalist:: What do Hayek and Gulf War 2 (3?) have in common? We're not sure yet.

::The Social Reality of Analyst Reports : Lessons from S/Z:: A cyberpunk
look at how analyst reports shape our reality.

::The Tragedy of Prior Art : Lessons from the USPTO:: A detailed look
at the threat of overwhelming prior art. Both calculus and an
annotated bibliography are included.

::Information Seeking Behavior of Sales Professionals : A research proposal::
Knowledge Management for sales? We don't even know how professional
sales reps look for information!

::Keep them on the Syllabus::

::A Time for Digital Libries:: So what exactly
are these things known as digital libraries anyway?

::Narratives of the Shelmikedmu : Lessons for ATM providers:: Reading the
text of the bank machine.

::Shelving the Code of Ethics : Bend it like Bentham::
Do codes of ethics function as documents?


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