SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] knowledge management
Re: [Sigia-l] knowledge management
From: Sean Lawerence (slawrence_at_lucidvagary.com)
Date: Tue May 13 2003 - 14:07:27 EDT
> > What permeabIlity do you think the small to medium size business has for
> > discipline of IA?
> For small projects, a separate IA title doesn't promise much potential.
> imagine one of the sister disciplines would handle such duties
I assume you mean web design, developers, etc.?
> > Though, there is probably less content per organization
> > do you think there are opportunities for an entrepreneuring IA to assist
> > crearing "linkages" amongst local businesses, supply chain vendors,
> > online marketplaces for non-local small businesses and such?
> Yes, but that's really not a small project any longer. :-)
Ah, but I didn't say small project! I am curious about the market for small
and medium business. Anyone approaching it with the mindset "I will create
a flexible framework for a business size X and smaller and tweak it on a
per-project basis" is missing a LOT of opportunity, I think. The big
challenge for this is getting oneself established in a viable network that
will provide enough leads and contacts to provide an opportunity to develop
> > This is one reason I've been so excited about Flash for awhile now.
> > pages can take forever to refresh, load, etc. I've been wondering why
> > people don't create apps that are simply linked via a database port for
> > certain things things that just don't translate well in to a browser
> > environment.
Sorry, I didn't mean Flash exclusively, but rather any standard application
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