Reducing Information Pollution

Can Storage Architecture Mimic your Mental Folksonomy?

July 26, 2018 | Posted By mbaloney

Our search of gathered and stored content in our digital storage devices may be aided by secondary keys; yet the basic architecture is rows and columns unless you have a semantic storage system.

The advent of knowledge graphs (commercially available)  can transform your storage taxonomy into a folksonomy–saving time and overload of retrieved contents. Pruning our retrieval hits from external and internal searches should help reduce our information overload.

MartyB #IORGFORUM

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