Content Convergence & Integration 2008 Discussion - posts tagged 'content management'

Tourism writing community emerges

Mar 24, 2008 at 01:45 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

Just noticed that a tourism writing community has sprung up at for people wanting to explore tourism writing and content management. The description is:

This group is for authors of tourism/travel con...

Content in the Framework Age

Mar 12, 2008 at 09:21 AM by Rahel Anne Bailie

Liz Danzico is young, funky, from New York, studied Design at Carnegie-Mellon. Joe Gollner is on the other side of 40, traditional, from Ottawa, and Oxford-educated. They come at the topic of content from opposite ways, yet they say much the same thing...

Joe Gollner steps in as Day 1 plenary speaker

Mar 11, 2008 at 08:40 AM by Rahel Anne Bailie

We (Liz Danzico and I) tried every content convergence trick in the book yesterday, but couldn't fix the inefficiencies in the Homeland Security travel program that require her to have her passport on her person while here. And as much as we'd love to...

Darren Barefoot demonstrates convergence of disciplines as well as content

Mar 10, 2008 at 03:13 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

Given that Darren Barefoot is a well-known blogger, marketing communicator, and has just published a book on marketing strategies using social networking media, how does this connect with content convergence strategies?

I remember Darren's return fr...

The Level brings out full potential for content-rich sites with demanding needs

Mar 10, 2008 at 02:00 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

The content management industry is not living up to its potential, according to The Level CEO, Jeff Sinclair. Named last year by Business in Vancouver publication as one of the "Top 40 under 40" leaders, he is something of a visionary. As head of a rap...

Salim Ismail starts Day 2 by giving us a glimpse into the future of XML

Mar 06, 2008 at 12:12 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

When Salim Ismail starts talking about how Web 2.0 is leading us to Internet 3.0, I see a little of the deer-in-the-headlight looks, the "Hold on, I barely learned about Web 2.0, what do you mean, Internet 3.0?" pain of wondering what else is around t...

Liz Danzico kicks off Day 1 with plenary session on Content

Mar 06, 2008 at 12:09 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

A year and a bit ago, I had the good fortune to meet Liz Danzico at CANUX, a Canadian User Experience Workshop held in Banff, Alberta each year. The sentence that introduced her session was: "For all the talk of Web 2.0, there’s been little sai...

Refresh Software brings a fresh look to content management software

Mar 06, 2008 at 10:58 AM by Rahel Anne Bailie

Refresh Software has signed on as a Diamond sponsor of the Content Convergence and Integration conference, a perfect match for software that allows the convergence of component-based content management, document management, and Web content management i...

Author-it pulls out as Platinum Sponsor

Feb 28, 2008 at 08:02 PM by Ms Emma Hamer

Unfortunately, scheduling conflicts and lack of resources has caused Author-it Software Corporation to reluctantly decide they could not be a sponsor and exhibitor of Content Convergence and Integration 2008. They deeply regret being unable to continue...

Content Convergence, and why it matters to you

Feb 28, 2008 at 07:07 PM by Ms Emma Hamer

Just published today, DCLabs newsletter containing an article explaining The Dawning of the Content Age, and why content convergence and integration matters. Should matter, to any company waking up to the idea that there's a wealth of undervalued conte...

Morello Puts the Power of Content in the Hands of Users

Feb 19, 2008 at 11:22 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

With an estimated 80% of enterprises predicted to be updating their content management technology within the next five years, Morello by MediaSurface is poised for success. The Morello CMS team has taken an innovative approach to content management, en...

Tourism industry is content-driven industry highlighted at Content Convergence and Integration conference

Feb 01, 2008 at 01:09 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

Given the idea that the conference is about the need for content flexibility and portability, and how organizations are having a hard time keeping up expectations of consumers, we felt that we should pick an industry where we could show how content con...

Magan Arthur solves DAM issues large and small

Jan 20, 2008 at 11:53 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

I managed to catch up with Magan Arthur this week, which is no easy feat, considering that he's constantly on the road as part of the work he does. As a digital asset management guru, he works on projects that are large-scale in every sense of the wor...

Michael Priestley: brilliant enigma or simply Canadian?

Jan 17, 2008 at 03:43 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

Getting to know the DITA lead architect, Michael Priestley, is no easy feat. I chalk up the modest streak to his Canadian upbringing - when asked about the man behind the significant effort on DITA, Michael talks about his sisters' accomplishment and e...

Stilo e-Publishing Solutions at Content Convergence and Integration in Vancouver

Jan 09, 2008 at 08:13 AM by Ms Emma Hamer

Stilo, with over 20 years experience dealing with these challenges, provides e-Publishing solutions that allow information content to be collaboratively authored, dynamically assembled and automatically delivered. Stilo's e-Publishing solutions leverag...

Content Convergence Explained on The Content Wrangler

Dec 29, 2007 at 07:45 PM by Rahel Anne Bailie

The Content Wrangler's Scott Abel interviewed Strategy A's own Rahel Bailie, the driving force behind the Content Convergence and Integration program. During the conversation, Rahel elaborates on what content convergence looks like, and gives some exam...



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