A reader named Boz had the best response to last week’s diatribe against corporate information disorganization that called for creating a titled role for a metadata editor or “metator” to manage collaborative sharing of information.
“So now everything comes full circle,” wrote Boz. “This is the role the corporate librarian used to have in larger organizations.”
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