AIIM Adds Resources For Content Management Neophytes
AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Management, has long been a useful resource for established content management industry professionals as well as organizations just getting started with piecing together a content strategy.
Looking Into The Content Management Crystal Ball
I've never been one to make grand predictions about the future of technology, but that doesn't mean I don't enjoy hearing what others have to say. As 2008 comes to a close, a handful of prognosticators are stepping forward to offer up their vision for the future of content management. Here are some of the more interesting lists ...
Print Media Giants Evolve Into Online-Only Models
As more household names from print make the migration to the Web, it will be more critical than ever for them to focus on certain principles that lay the foundation for a successful site. From my point of view, there are three basic things they need to get right: the content itself, the design, and the content management tools.
YouTube Gets More HD Video
In a move likely to pique the interest of video news organizations, YouTube also added three new video landing pages.
PBwiki Leads The Hosted Wiki Pack
Few tools are as effective as a wiki when an organization needs to quickly post and collaborate on content. Dozens of free and paid options for creating a wiki exist, but when it comes to quickly and easily creating a wiki with minimal technical headaches, I keep coming back to PBwiki.
U.S. Adults Choosing Internet Over Sex
Nearly half of the women aged 18 to 44 surveyed, or 46%, said they would rather go without sex for two weeks than give up the Internet for the same amount of time.
Gilbane CMS Conference Highlights
It's usually no fun hearing about a party you weren't able to make it to, and while I wasn't at the Gilbane Content Management Conference in Boston last week, a number of highlights caught my attention.
MySpace Brings Video To Cell Phones
The social network will give users of certain cell phones on-the-go access to videos from TMZ, National Geographic, The Onion, and other content providers.