Knowledge Organisation

New Media and Augmented Culture

The author’s Leonardo da Vinci Studies and work on a standard bibliography on perspective brought to light limitations of traditional print media and prompted study of the potentials of new media. In the 1990s this led the author to become an advisor to the Head of Advanced Networks, Northern Telecom (now Nortel Networks) and to the President of Bell Media Linx, linked with Bell Canada. From this emerged two books and a series of articles. This ongoing work is leading to a new demo which surveys developments in new media.

Books

1999, Frontiers in Conceptual Navigation for Cultural Heritage, Toronto: Ontario Library Association.
2006, Understanding New Media: Augmented Knowledge and Culture, Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

Articles

10.03.2012
2012 “Learning Habits versus Habits for Knowledge”: New Horizons in Creative Open Software, Multimedia, Human Factors and Software Engineering
01.12.2009
2009 The Semantic Web past and future
02.12.2008
2008 The Semantic Web and Multi-level Links
01.12.2008
2008 Four Ways that Digital Communications are Transforming Scholarship
01.12.2007
2007 Trends and Challenges for Digital Culture
04.12.2005
2007 Opening Keynote: The New Book of Nature
02.12.2005
2005 The World Tree, Alpha and Omega: Towards a New model for Culture
02.12.2005
2005 New Media, New Models of Culture and E-Culture Net
01.12.2005
2005 Challenges for a Semantic Web
03.11.2005
2005 EVA Moscow Report
09.12.2004
Russian Version: Новые комбинации лекций, книг и баз данных
08.12.2004
2004 New Combinations of Lectures, Books and Databases
07.12.2004
2004 International Trends in Cultural Repositories
06.12.2004
2004 New Ways of Scholarly Work in a Networked World
05.12.2004
2004 Infrastructures for Ways of Knowing
04.12.2004
2004 Challenges for the Semantic Web and Information systems from Culture
03.12.2004
2004 Towards a Semantic Web for Culture
02.12.2004
English Version: Kultur und Wissen im Digitaler Zeitalter
02.12.2004
2004 Kultur und Wissen im digitalen Zeitalter
01.12.2004
French Version: Les défis lancés aux applications des Technologies de la Communication
01.12.2003
2003 Challenges for ICT Applications in Culture in the Next Decade
03.10.2003
2003 From Substance to Function and Relations in a Semantic Web
05.12.2002
2002 Standard and Variant Names and Classifications
04.12.2002
2002 Connectivities of Content, Context and Communication
03.12.2002
2002 Four Ways that Digital Communications are Changing Scholarship
02.12.2002
2002 Challenges for a Semantic Web
02.12.2002
2002 Books, E-Books and Augmented Books
02.12.2002
2002 Frontiers of Digital Interpretation
01.12.2001
2001 Syntactic and Semantic Interoperability
03.12.2000
2000 Augmented Knowledge and Culture: Abstract
02.12.2000
2000 New Media and Transformations in Knowledge
01.12.2000
2000 Cultural and Historical Metadata. MEMECS
02.12.1999
1999 Maastricht McLuhan Institute Mission
01.12.1999
1999 Conceptual Navigation in Multimedia Knowledge Spaces
01.12.1998
1998 Frontiers in Conceptual Navigation
01.12.1997
1997 Hypermedia, New Approaches to Cultural Heritage and Knowledge
05.12.1996
1996 Questions and Choices
04.12.1996
1996 Space, Time, Information and Knowledge
03.12.1996
1996 Panel Prometheus Unbound Again
02.12.1996
1996 New Approaches to Searching, Teaching, Repairing, Advertising, Selling
01.12.1996
1996 Content Ordering or Ordered Content
01.12.1995
1995 Images and Words, Fractals and Fuzzy Logic
03.12.1993
1993 Electronic Media and Levels of Interpretation
02.12.1993
1993 Computers and the Transformation of Knowledge
01.12.1993
1993 New Media and New Knowledge
01.12.1993
1993 Computers as an Historical Tool for Mathematics, Science and Art
01.12.1991
1991 Computers and a New Philosophy of Knowledge
01.12.1986
1986 Review Giesecke Buchdruck in der fruhen Neuzeit
01.12.1984
1984 Multidimensional Bibliography and Classification
01.12.1983
1983 Thoughts on the Reorganisation of Knowledge

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