There’s an underlying theme to this week’s articles, which is a curious occurrence given that so much of our content is user-driven. That theme is… Read More »DSC Weekly Newsletter 10 May 2022: Data Meshes, Digital Twins, and Knowledge Graphs
One of the more frustrating side effects of the Long Pandemic has been the rise in virtual meetings. I recently was talking with a colleague… Read More »DSC Weekly Newsletter 03 May 2022: How Many Meetings Do We Need?
As the Omicron variant of Covid-19 surged around the globe in 2021, managers who had begun contingency plans for a return to the office quietly… Read More »DSC Weekly Newsletter 26 April 2022: Why The Case for RTO Remains Weak
I just moved. I’d like to say that I was highly organized, that I knew where every box ended up and what was in each… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 4/19/2022: The Case for Personal Knowledge Graphs
The Los Angeles Times recently reported on a growing problem not just for California School Districts, but across much of the Northern Hemisphere: The number… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 4/12/2022: Demographics Drives Analytics
Back in September, I predicted that Covid-19 would spike throughout the winter but fade by April as it transitioned from a pandemic virus to an… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest: Transitions and the Arc of Systems Theory
I blew it last week. I’ll readily admit it. Blame it on the flu or Covid or whatever the nasty bug was that confined me… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 15 March 2022: Beware the Ides of …
We’re moving at the Cagle house and we’re discovering that, after eight years of living at the same place, one family can collect a lot… Read More »DSC Weekly Digest 01 March 2022: Taxonomists Classify, Ontologists Conceptualize
In 1993, I was at a conference in Seattle where I stumbled onto someone who was showing this new application called the Mosaic WWW Browser.… Read More »DSC Weekly Newsletter 01 Feb 2022: What is Web 3.0 and Why Does it Matter?