classification

The Knowledge to Know

By |February 1st, 2017|News, Taxonomy|0 Comments

Cognition is the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and it is usually associated with rote memory. This is usually explained simply as […]

Taxonomy Analyst Position Available

By |January 3rd, 2017|Access Insights|0 Comments

To be as helpful as possible to those in the fields of taxonomy, indexing, digital archiving, etc., we are sharing with our readers any career […]

Zzzzzz…

By |January 2nd, 2017|Access Insights, Featured|0 Comments

Each one of us spends about one-third of our life asleep. Look at it this way, by the time you’re 75, you will have […]

Classifying the Classifications

By |December 19th, 2016|Access Insights, Featured, Taxonomy|0 Comments

Taxonomists are often asked about the work they do. For those outside the world of information science and management, it can be hard to […]

Traditions

Tradition. Every time I hear this word, the scene from Fiddler on the Roof pops into my head. “You may ask how did these […]

Classifying the Storms

By |November 24th, 2016|News, Taxonomy|0 Comments

Data classification exists everywhere, even in the weather. This interesting take on classification came to us from NBC2 out of Florida, in their article, […]

Nerdy Taxonomies

By |November 14th, 2016|Access Insights, Featured, Taxonomy|0 Comments

Taxonomy or classification exists in all fields. They are not limited to science, economics, nature, etc. It may not always be called taxonomy, but […]

The Internet of Food

Food is the center of seemingly everything we do. It’s a cultural nexus—when we celebrate religious things, food is at the middle of it. […]

Chaos in Taxonomy

By |October 19th, 2016|News, Taxonomy|0 Comments

Art and taxonomy walked into a bar together. No wait, it was a school. Or was it a gallery? This very interesting information came to […]

Man’s Best Friend

Animals have been domesticated as pets since ancient times — even dating back to 10,000 B.C. European art from the 19th century depicts dogs as cared-for members […]