Posts Tagged ‘information sharing’

The Fourth Natural Law of Federation: The Law of Limits

The new year’s here and with the passing of 2007, its time for me to add a new law to the Natural Laws of Federation called The Law of Limits. These laws are just thought a experiment, but adding The Law of Limits says a lot about what I’ve come to believe after having the opportunity to closely study ontology, logic, semiotics, category theory, complex systems over the past few years. Before you read the Law of Limits, I highly recommend #3 of the Ten Predictions from Stevey’s Drunken Blog Rants which inspired the Law of Limits.

Information Sharing and Tomorrow’s Knowledge Workers

Both public and private sectors are currently evaluating various information sharing capabilities based on Model Driven Architecture and the Semantic Web. The supply of knowledge workers for Model Driven Architecture is relatively high. Currently, the private sector reasonably satisfies demand for these capabilities. But knowledge workers for the Semantic Web are currently in short supply.