Comment: Guy (May 26, 2005)
I propose Leonard Will (based in the UK)
Never met him, but his answers to questions on controlled vocabularies are always well considered.
Comment: Melvin Jay Kumar (May 26, 2005)
-- Shameless Plug --
I would like to highlight that if anyone is looking for a IA / Taxonomy specialist in Singapore /Malaysia and surrounding regions, you can look for me. :)
Melvin Jay Kumar - melvink2 at hotmail.com / melvink2 at gmail.com.
Being working as a Internal IA / Taxonomy CV/metdata/etc specialist in the region , now branching out to do independent consultancy.
-- End of Shameless Plug --
By the way Lou: I heard one of the KM organizations here is trying to bring you to Singapore for a talk? Any confirmation? Would love to attend your talk.
Comment: Lou (May 27, 2005)
Hi Melvin (and Guy); yes, there's a chance I might make it to the western half of the Pacific Rim this summer.
Melvin, is there a URL to share for you/your company?
Comment: Madonnalisa Chan (May 28, 2005)
I'm available for taxonomy, metadata, and search implementation here in the US and in Hong Kong. Currently I'm here in the US. No professional website yet since I'm still recovering from my return from HK. I can be reached at the above email link (m at mywhine.com) Please reference Bloug when you email me.
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