In this episode – I have an interview with Dr. David Weinberger who was holding the keynote speech at the IA Summit 2006 about some new ways of thinking in Information Architecture. He was also holding a speach at the Ars Electronica with the title “When things aren’t What They Are“.
We talked about them here in the interview. And despite he claims that he doesn’t see himself as an IA he has
Questions in this Interview (select time on your audio player)
00:55 minute - Reasons for being at the IA Summit?
02:10 minute - What do you see as your basic “IA”mission?
03:55 minute - …Why we organise in hierarchical trees…
05:53 minute - Are we witnessing the dissolving of hierarchies?
07:22 minute - Is information defined in a new philisophic way now?
14:00 minute - What would you tell companies to create semantic networks..?
14:28 minute - What would you tell a client that doesn’t understand tagging?
15:35 minute - Can tagging creat individual taxinomies?
17:37 minute - Tag sreams and tag clouds?
19:40 minute - IA in Healthcare Business?
20:42 minute - …how I would sneek into tagging system (knowlede management)
23:06 minute - Where is IA heading in your opinion?
Further Information on Dr David Weinberger
- Blog of David Weinberger
- The New Book: Everything is miscellaneous
- Holding the Keyword of the IA summit 2006
- Ars electronica 2005 speach(listen also to the podcast there): “When things Aren’t What They Are”