Admittedly, taxonomy is probably the farthest thing from your mind if you’re designing an intelligent content application. My conclusion in working with search and enterprise content management technology is that taxonomy development and management is a key success factor in creating effective intelligent content systems. Taxonomy can inform content types and metadata schema, make for consistent tagging, harmonize disparate structured data, and drive dynamic search and navigation user experiences, even with not-so-intelligent legacy content.
Entries Tagged ‘semantic search’
We tag stuff to add meaning, and so that we and others – especially information systems – can find it. But is your approach to tagging business content effective? Find out – take the Metadata Best Practices Benchmarking Survey from Earley & Associates and Taxonomy Strategies.
I’ve been trying to catch up on my surfing after losing a week to a hard drive failure and laptop rebuild. One pretty big thing I missed was Google Squared (the other was Wolfram|Alpha – I’ll cover that in a separate post). Google Squared is Google’s answer (or perhaps one of their answers) to semantic search […]
I’ve been looking for some time for a way to simplify how I repost headlines from news sources and blogs, so that I can aggregate them into my own “digest” page of items of interest to share with my readers, network, and followers. Several things were important to me about how to do this: I […]
The Content Guy is pleased to have been invited by Earley & Associates to present in their Semantic Technologies Jumpstart series this fall. This free series runs every Thursday, from October 30th – November 20th, between 11:30 am – 1:00 pm ET. Join us November 6 for “Implementing Semantic Search.”
The first 30 days of Powerset integration projects at Microsoft have resulted in some experiments that are being “flighted” on Microsoft Live Search and Powerset.com.