The TaxoDiary blog, which can be read at www.taxodiary.com and adds new posts on a daily basis every Monday through Friday, recently published its 3,000th blog post.
TaxoDiary was started in August 2010 and is sponsored and maintained by Access Innovations, Inc., under the leadership of Access Innovations President Marjorie Hlava and Chief Executive Officer Jay Ven Eman.
TaxoDiary covers all types of knowledge organization systems (KOS), and related subjects with daily posts sharing news and opinions. “Monday features” dig a little deeper into taxonomies, semantic technology, and other key areas of interest. There are over 200 of these feature articles that have been researched, written, and shared by the team at Access Innovations.
“The blog is designed as an information vehicle that highlights news of interest and topics that content professionals face daily,” Dr. Ven Eman commented. “Networking and providing access to methods of making content findable are helpful to us all.”
TaxoDiary is designed to provide taxonomists, indexers, and content professionals with news and opinions about categorization, and the application of KOS to increase findability of information objects within or across large collections of information, structured in databases, or unstructured in content repositories using controlled vocabularies.
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Access Innovations has extensive experience with Internet technology applications, master data management, database creation, thesaurus/taxonomy creation, and semantic integration. Access Innovations’ Data Harmony software includes machine aided indexing, thesaurus management, an XML Intranet System (XIS), and metadata extraction for content creation developed to meet production environment needs. Data Harmony is used by publishers, governments, and corporate clients throughout the world.