What is Content Integration?

Since I don’t feel there’s a good, all-encompassing name out there for this, I’m going to attempt to invent one — Content Integration encompasses the philosophy, theories, practices, and tools around the re-use and adaption of content from our core repository into other uses and channels, or vice-versa: the creation and ingestion of content from […]

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IA is Not New

One of the problems with working in digital is that we tend to think we invented everything. We sit around and imagine we’re breaking amazing new ground, when we’re often just retreading ground that was broken long before. Consider the much-ballyhooed discipline of “content modeling” (a phrase which I admittedly use freely).  This used to […]

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Two Versions of the Content Management vs. Marketing Talk

When writing about the white paper I wrote for Movable Type, I suddenly realized that I failed to post this, which is the video of the talk I did for the Movable Type Idea Exchange in NYC last fall. This is a recap of the talk I have at Drupalcon in Portland in May 2013.  […]

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Movable Type White Paper

Late last year, I spoke at the Movable Type Idea Exchange. I was thrilled to do this because I have a long history with Movable Type – this blog ran on it for almost a decade, and I was huge in the MT community back in the early 2000s. After the conference, sitting around over […]

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Why Django and Rails CMS Are So Rare

Django and Rails are notably absent from the boxed CMS space. There are specific reasons why, and — in a larger sense — why platforms with strong frameworks tend to limit this growth.

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