Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Isbn-10: 0596000359 | Isbn-13: 9780596000356 | Publish date: 15/08/2002 | Edition 2
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Jonaschau said on Jul 18, 2009, 08:33
Probably interesting enough for the new practicioner or the aspiring librarian but I found this to be an exceptionally dry read (even compared to the admittedly very detailed About Face).
I'd recommend skimming content, skipping chapters and focusing most probably on part III (Process and Methodology) of the book.
Still a must probably in this field, so better just get it over with.
alper said on Dec 23, 2008, 15:22
DJQA said on Nov 06, 2008, 10:36
One is not really supposed to sit an read an o'reilly book cover to cover, but I started to do this anyway. This was the last book of the "preparatory reading" and was worried that I was going to be in the position that I'd done all the reading for the term before it started, looks like I may indeed be in that boat! As it turns out this is the only book for the data information technologies architecture course, (though lots of e-resources will be used).
I did actually stop reading this half way through, as when I discovered I could read my course description online, they said that parts 4 and 5 weren't very useful.
The rest of the book though I did find quite interesting. It gave me a good idea of what information architecture is, which I had no idea when i started. It talked about what made good and bad organisation of web pages, and information on web pages. While I don't think that this level of web design is something I really want to pursue it'll be useful to be able to evaluate stuff and possibly will end up utilising some of this information in relation to digital libraries at some point in the future.
Robot-mel said on Sep 25, 2008, 19:07
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派翠西亞 said on Jan 25, 2007, 02:36