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Aug 21, 2002: Reindeer, Runes and JASIS&T

WARNING: narcissism ahead

Laura Arlov and Henrik Wigestrand kindly interviewed me for ComputerWorld Norway. A longer version of the interview is available on the Norwegian Computer Society's web site. I like the way I sound in Norwegian, although for all I know they've rewritten it to have me confess to offing Nicole Simpson.

Speaking of Norwegian, sometimes I find the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology as accessible as tracts on reindeer husbandry written by dyslexic Vikings whose remedial runic skills were just a bit rusty. OK, that's not fair, but much of JASIS&T is too mathematical for my pea-sized brain to comprehend.

But Andrew Dillon has ridden to the rescue; he's edited a JASIS&T special issue on information architecture. Volume 53, Number 10 includes nine spankin' new pieces on IA, including an end piece by yours truly. It's available online to ASIS&T members, or you probably can find a copy at your local university or college library. Kudos to Andrew and JASIS&T!

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