IuW Darmstadt - Die etwas anderen Nachrichten aus Mittelerde.

Tables for Web Design
Submitted by sascha on Friday, July 11, 2003 - 13:02
Tables for Web Design - I just got a new FrontPage Newsletter from Microsoft and it has this wonderful cutting-edge article explaining how to use... [LibraryPlanet]
Schließung der Bibliotheksschule Frankfurt
Submitted by sascha on Thursday, July 03, 2003 - 15:54
Die letzten Teilnehmer werden im Laufe des Sommers ihren Abschluss machen, und dann wird die Schule geschlossen.

In Zukunft werden Bibliothekare in Hessen an der FH Darmstadt, am Fachbereich Informations- und Wissensmanagement.

Die BS veranstaltet am 04. Juli eine
Creating well-formed XHTML with IE or Mozilla
Submitted by sascha on Thursday, July 03, 2003 - 15:54
Creating well-formed XHTML with IE or Mozilla - Sam, we are in violent agreement as to the value of well-formed and XPATH-searchable content, something I have recently sought to demonstrate. I think -- no, I am sure -- that you radically underestimate the distance between possession of a tool (IE or Mozilla) that can validate well-formedness, and ability to produce well-formed content in routine written communication. … [w3future.com - Sjoerd Visscher's weblog]
Medienfachmann: Verlage müssen Informationsdienstleister werden
Submitted by sascha on Thursday, June 26, 2003 - 01:43
Verlage müssen nach Ansicht des Darmstädter Medienfachmanns Michael Kip zu Informations- und Unterhaltungsdienstleistern werden. "Allein mit Buch- oder Zeitungsdruck werden sie nicht den Weg aus der Krise finden", sagte der Fachmann vom Fraunhofer Institut für Integrierte Publikations- und Informationssysteme (IPSI). Sie müssten ihre Inhalte auf möglichst vielen Kanälen vermarkten. Entsprechende Modelle werden auf einem Kongress am 26. und 27. Juni in Darmstadt diskutiert.

mehr bei Heise: http://www.heise.de/newsticker/data/tol-25.06.03-007/
Zeitschrift oder e-mail - Die Zukunft des wissenschaftlichen Pub
Submitted by sascha on Friday, June 13, 2003 - 14:47
Zeitschrift oder e-mail - Die Zukunft des wissenschaftlichen Publizierens - Den gleichnamigen Beitrag (hier: RealAudio) strahlte der SWR bereits in der letzten Woche aus, die Interviews wurden aus der diesjährigen cominfo geführt.
[Via dgi-Liste]
[Netbib]
OMG segnet Unified Modeling Language in Version 2.0 ab
Submitted by sascha on Friday, June 13, 2003 - 14:41
OMG segnet Unified Modeling Language in Version 2.0 ab. [heise]
RSS Aggregators Gaining Ground!
Submitted by sascha on Thursday, June 12, 2003 - 16:26
RSS Aggregators Gaining Ground! - Should the big pubs be paying attention to RSS? Just ask Andy Rhinehart at GoUpstate.com, home of the Spartanburg Herald-Journal newspaper.
Last year Andy led the pack by offering an RSS feed for their top news stories. This year he enhanced the SHJ's status by creating a feed for their classified ads, and he topped himself with a third feed for stories about the war in Iraq.
So GoUpstate.com is a good model for other newspapers to emulate, but we all know you need numbers to help sell the benefits of RSS at that level. Once again, here comes Andy to the rescue. He provides us with some hard facts from the Spartanburg Herald-Journal's experience (emphasis is mine):

"From March 1-May 31, users accessing our RSS feeds accounted for 7.97 percent of our total traffic. This doesn't include people coming to the site from the various blogs who used the RSS items, but just the number of times our feeds were accessed.
The one disclaimer that probably should be noted - some folks may have their aggregators hitting us often throughout the day, especially back during the war.
Looking at my top 25 referers from yesterday [Monday], I see NetNewsWire, Radio's aggregator, Frontier's aggregator, and Amphetadesk. I'd say the aggregator movement is gaining ground."
If you figure that we're still in the "early adopters" stage for RSS, 8% is a pretty staggering number for a major newspaper's traffic. Even with Andy's disclaimer, this is far more than just a handful of people reading the paper via an aggregator. This is going to be big, and the Spartanburg Herald-Journal is going to ride the crest of the wave!
[The Shifted Librarian]
Views and Forms: Principles of Task Flow for Web Applications Part 1
Submitted by sascha on Thursday, June 12, 2003 - 16:25
Views and Forms: Principles of Task Flow for Web Applications Part 1 - One of the defining elements of web applications is their support for the editing and manipulation of stored data. Unlike the typical conversation that goes on between a user and a content-centric website however, this additional capability requires a more robust dialog between user and application. [Boxes and Arrows]
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