Body As Information

The last ten weeks of the DITA module have often had me considering how we experience and communicate information via the body, the memory and our senses, rather than solely in measured, quantifiable, language-bound ways. I’ve been trying to figure out how to match this back to a discipline such as Library Science in aContinue reading “Body As Information”

Databases: Theory into Practice – Proper Provision for Low Budget Orgs & Groups

Whenever I am considering any theory, I am usually also thinking about how it would work in practice, and this has been the case for the last four weeks of DITA. I have had a lot of experience with the design, maintenance and sometimes migration of databases and CRM’s in my professional life, so IContinue reading “Databases: Theory into Practice – Proper Provision for Low Budget Orgs & Groups”

In The Beginning… there was just raw data

Two weeks into DITA, I have many more questions than I have answers, which is a good place to start. I’ve also realised that what I believed I was coming onto this Masters to learn and write about is already changing in shape and form. I had, for instance, only ever considered the issues ofContinue reading “In The Beginning… there was just raw data”