Saturday, December 22, 2007

A Look Back At Ten Years of Find, Use, Manage, Share

The British information industry newsletter FreePint is celebrating its 10th year of existence and in its most recent issue, it takes a look at 1997-2007: A Decade of Find, Use, Manage, Share:
"On the evolutionary scale, 10 years isn't even a blip, not a blink, not a breath in. It's hardly anything at all. But on the information scale, especially in the years from 1997 to 2007, a decade is a new mountain range, a new species, a new world".

"FreePint has been covering this evolution revolution from tip to tail, keeping up with changes in the business information industry as they've happened. Now, as we celebrate our 10th birthday, we've invited four top experts in their fields of finding, using, managing and sharing information to explain what these changes mean from a distance".

"By the time you read this, the landscape is likely to have evolved again - who knows what earthshaking ideas are rippling forth? Until then, here are the hottest trends in the last 10 years. We'll keep an eye on the seismograph while you read".

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 4:47 pm


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