Tag: weblog

Making a knowledge-base for whole-enterprise EA more accessible

I have a problem. One that might be relevant for you too, if you work in enterprise-architecture or related disciplines. Here’s the situation: I have here this weblog on enterprise architecture and suchlike, built up out of almost a decade of

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A kind of milestone

One thousand blog-posts. That’s quite a milestone, really. Not quite there yet: this one’s number nine hundred and ninety-nine, to be precise. Though out of those so far, there were the hundred or so in the Twitter-extracts series – ‘A week in Tweets’

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Moving house, redecorating…

Yes, a very different look to this website: I’ve moved. (Well, in virtual-terms, anyway). I’d had long-running problems with my previous hosting-provider, and was running out of space there anyway, so it was time to move to something with a

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Cross-reference to related posts

This is a follow-on to the earlier post ‘Helping others make sense of my work’. One of the various suggestions that came up from that – many thanks, folks! – was for better cross-reference between posts. I’ve now added a

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Lost posts

Courtesy of a screw-up shared somewhere between myself and my web-hosting provider, an old back-up was overlaid onto the whole of my websites. At least two posts were lost – the announcement of my new book ‘Mapping the Enterprise’ (describing

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New weblog – 'Thinking sidewise'

Following up a recommendation from Shawn Callahan of Australian narrative-knowledge consultancy Anecdote, I’ve started a new weblog, thinking side-wise. This existing weblog has developed a more technical emphasis around enterprise architecture, together with an assortment of other personal themes, all

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