Nobody is going to deny that publishing is and always has been a sometimes messy process, but sophisticated uses of metadata and taxonomies can help clean it up. It fascinates me how intimately it can work in every step of the process to make it easier on everybody, from the author writing the piece to the institution that publishes it, all the way to its marketing and use.
Data Harmony released their Inline Tagging Web service extension recently – let’s talk about inline tagging software and information environments well-suited to benefit.
Behavioral health has historically been an exception to the electronic sharing of data due to federal privacy rules regarding potentially sensitive information.
ONSIS is experiencing amazing growth with their search engine optimization service, Profit By Search, which has resulted in many worldwide projects. Profit By Search works on Internet marketing and other online promotional activities using effective link building strategies, content strategies, metatagging, and other techniques.
Netherlands publisher Elsevier has announced that the European Research Council (ERC) has selected the SciVerse Scopus database to assist in the tracking and awarding of funding opportunities for researchers throughout the world.
There seems to be a lot of buzz about Pinterest and their potential copyright debacle. The image-based social network is taking a small step toward relieving some website owners who are concerned with potential copyright violations.
Engaging with businesses online is the norm and no longer the exception. Therefore, it is important to have a presence online that describes your services and promotes visibility. Many providers out there promise this result if you engage their product and services, particularly for social bookmarking.
A news service that covers news and information about SharePoint content processing and semantic technology for Microsoft SharePoint has been launched.
The two premier plant biology journals published by the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) -- Plant Physiology and The Plant Cell – have been completely migrated to HighWire Press's new electronic publishing platform, H2O.