The Need for Better Knowledge Architecture

The Need for Better Knowledge Architecture
Dan Gould
  • 30 april 2009

Grant McCracken wrote a salient blog post recently that discusses the difficulties of keeping up with all the information there is to keep up with. He voices the need for better “knowledge architecture” – new services that can discover, aggregate, filter and organize information in ways that are relevant, and make sense for individual users.

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