Work AT Home not FROM It

Everyone is struggling with working from home as we collectively face a global pandemic. Meme's in the millions about it are on every platform. I would argue though that working FROM home is not what we should be trying to do now. We need to be working AT home. From now on. What is the... Continue Reading →

Thinking about Generational Systems

Every week I meet with people struggling to decide what to do with aging platforms. We offhandedly refer to these as "legacy" which offends some vendors. They feel it is an epithet pointing out their age and frailty. I have more recently come to believe though this is a poor description because the term assumes... Continue Reading →

In Defense of Opinion

I'll begin this piece by first thanking Marko for the eleven or so years we worked on this side project called Big Men On Content. He moved on to a great opportunity that does not afford him the autonomy that this kind of endeavor requires. That is not a bad thing. It is a recognition... Continue Reading →

In a Way, A Goodbye

Hard to think it’s been eleven years since Lee and I started this blog.  Putting two big southern guys in the same room with opposing views was bound to cause some noise.  Our daily debates during lunch about the how and whys of the (then) Enterprise Content Management space sparked interest in those that passed... Continue Reading →

Content Federation Is Not Federated Search

Content Federations is one of the cornerstones of a Content Services Platform (CSP).  Content federations have been growing for the last two years.  Federations go back to 2000, but the concept is still new to some.  I’ve seen some recent confusion about the difference between Content Federations and Federated Search.  I thought I might provide... Continue Reading →

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