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Wednesday, January 02, 2008


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I love this report! I had a nice discussion with her during one of the poster sessions at ASIS&T this past year and I made sure to to thank Dr. Hsieh-Yee for it.

I sure wish it got even half the attention that the Calhoun report did. :(

That whole conference (BCBC2 as I call it) is an odd duck that I wish I knew much more contextually about. I have read a bit over 1/2 the proceedings so far, and there were several initiatives (besides the Calhoun and Hsieh-Yee report) that came out of it. But there is little that explicitly ties any of it together as a whole. I really wonder if, and if so, how much, of this millennial conference and its aftermath was considered/revisited by the current Working Group.

I would really love to see this report discussed more fully, though. Thanks for pointing it out Christine! It seems more people notice when you point these things out (which is fine with me). :)

Chris Schwartz

Thanks, Mark. I bumped into your post when I was trying to see if anyone had blogged about MERIC and I was glad to find this report by Dr. Hsieh-Yee. I know I link to your blog a lot. You read everything!

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