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an unofficial guide to whatever-as-a-service http://gadgetopia.com/post/9981
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the truth about cms form builders http://gadgetopia.com/post/9847
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the tortured metaphor of spatial content relativity http://gadgetopia.com/post/9472
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case studies of cms-to-sql decoupled publishing http://gadgetopia.com/post/9800
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content management is an emergent skill http://gadgetopia.com/post/9679
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use cases for a headless cms http://gadgetopia.com/post/9743
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content firehoses, absorption rates, and the endowment effect http://gadgetopia.com/post/9562
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content personalization: a reality check http://gadgetopia.com/post/9571
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towards an invested engagement model http://gadgetopia.com/post/9531
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defining digital project scope: what do you need? http://gadgetopia.com/post/9480
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the page-based cms is a natural byproduct of the web http://gadgetopia.com/post/9429
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patterns in url redirection after cms migrations http://gadgetopia.com/post/9377
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intelligent content: a primer http://gadgetopia.com/post/9348
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proposals are like first dates http://gadgetopia.com/post/9324
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the need for content operations http://gadgetopia.com/post/9307
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skip to content i wrote a book. get the big picture of web content management, clear and unbiased. learn more order now gadgetopia menu search search by keyword the cm files about the book an unofficial guide to whatever-as-a-service february 10, 2017 a look at the big three service frameworks, and all the complications and shades of gray which orbit around them. read post the state of the headless cms market february 8, 2017 a look at the current players — intentional or otherwise — in the headless cms market. read post why organizations pick cms x over cms y january 31, 2017 some decisions factors, their interplay, and outside perspective on software selection. read post the sometimes confusing economics of the professional services business january 23, 2017 there are a lot of different ways to lose money on a project, and that calculation is not simple. read post the consultant’s dilemma january 14, 2017 some consultants spend a lot of energy trying to never, ever flinch. i’ve stopped doing this. read post the truth about cms form builders january 11, 2017 cms users consistently over-estimate (1) how much they need form builders, and (2) how much the tools can do. read post the tortured metaphor of spatial content relativity january 4, 2017 we often try to force-fit content into physical metaphors, where it doesn’t always fit. read post case studies of cms-to-sql decoupled publishing december 28, 2016 two examples of updating sql databases from a cms. read post content management is an emergent skill december 22, 2016 content management is a bundle of skills which come together to form a larger, meta-skill. read post use cases for a headless cms december 14, 2016 there are some interesting reasons to use a headless cms that go beyond the “single website” model. read post grokking cms november 21, 2016 reflections on what it means to really understand a cms, down to its bones. read post the book itself: four thoughts on the enduring value of the printed book november 15, 2016 the book itself matters. beyond the practicalities it offers over ebooks, the printed book carries with it intangible characteristics that we take for granted and wouldn’t miss until long after their absence. read post content firehoses, absorption rates, and the endowment effect october 17, 2016 pushing more content than can be absorbed actually causes feelings of loss and pain. read post content personalization: a reality check october 12, 2016 cms personalization tools have failed. here’s why, and how the next wave might be different. read post towards an invested engagement model october 6, 2016 what you want from a contractor is investment. ironically, the biggest impediment to that is often the parameters of the relationship itself. some relationships are simply designed to fail. read post defining digital project scope: what do you need? september 13, 2016 someone once told me that a good sales opener is: “what can i help you with?”  force the prospect to tell you what they need. while pretty good advice, the problem when selling digital services is that a lot of people have only a vague idea of their problem. they have no idea what specific solution […] read post the page-based cms is a natural byproduct of the web august 15, 2016 the “page-based cms” is not a bad thing.  we try to pretend we don’t need to think about pages anymore, but most of the time, attempts to liberate ourselves from the notion of a page is just impractical idealism. furthermore, the page-based model doesn’t really matter that much, in the big picture. the acknowledgement of […] read post patterns in url redirection after cms migrations august 11, 2016 after a cms migration, there’s often a problem of url redirection.  a lot of our work at blend is cms re-platforming, so we often have clients with tens of thousands of existing urls. when they switch to a new cms they often change url schemes, they want to make sure all their old traffic gets […] read post intelligent content: a primer june 12, 2016 it’s been a long time since i’ve done a book review, but i really enjoyed this little book (disclaimer: i know two of the authors, and they sent me a copy of it to review). here’s the key: the book is focused. it knows what it wants to do.  it is — as the title […] read post proposals are like first dates june 6, 2016 true story: some development firms lie through their teeth in proposals. shocking, i know.  but sometimes the winner of a competitive proposal process is going to be the firm that lies the most convincingly. of course, they couch it in terms that let them sleep at night, but in the end, they either tell bald-faced lies, or they […] read post what do we call the people we make content for? june 2, 2016 what is the name for people who consume content?  we have names for people who create the content — usually “creator” or “editor” — but what do we call the people on the other side?  the people who view/read the content we create and edit? “visitor”:  this is common, but this presumes someone is going […] read post the need for content operations january 27, 2016 we implement content management as a practice.  after 11 years of this, we see the same two patterns over and over again: organizations not prepared to launch a new cms because their content is mess organizations who do not fully use the content management systems they’ve had implemented there are a lot of reasons for […] read post every day i want to quit social media october 30, 2015 every day i want to quit social media: this one hit a bit close to home. it’s a heartfelt, emotional piece about the love-hate relationship some people have with social media. there’s absolutely an element of addiction there. i don’t find the information i’m looking for. desperately, i click back to the tab with the […] read post the future of libraries october 29, 2015 what libraries can (still) do:  this is a good discussion about the future of the public library, which echos things i’ve talked about here before. […] librarians will need to cherish their special talent as “stewards” while letting go of the instinct to be “collectors.” knowledge in physical form needs to be handled carefully, preserved, […] read post the flying squirrel book july 14, 2015 for the last few months, i’ve been working on a book for o’reilly: web content management: systems, features, and best practices.  it’s a reasonable distillation of everything i’ve learned about web content management in almost two decades of success and failure (hopefully more of the former than the latter…) o’reilly has an interesting system of […] read post posts navigation older posts gadgetopia gadgetopia is a project by blend interactive back to top


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