Must listen: Jon Udell and Lou Rosenfeld

I am finally catching up on my podcast listening – two
key factors are responsible. For one thing, my otherwise extremely cool
employer decided to move my office 25 miles away so now I have a lovely commute
with plenty of think time. The other is that I decided to spoil myself,
and finally blew a pile of money squirreled away in mattresses on an iPod. Was it a stretch to
make this part of my commute coping strategy? I don’t think so – this is
precious podcast time!

Anyhow, I finally listened to Jon Udell’s
conversation with Lou Rosenfeld
, and this is a fantastic listen. Jon’s
title for this conversation is “A conversation with Lou Rosenfeld about search
analytics, information architecture, and designing for usability”, but that
doesn’t do it justice. They discuss the false dichotomy of folksonomies
and controlled vocabularies, the process of creating and consuming meta
information, and microformats among many other topics. Lou calls this “an
interesting and wandering discussion” and he’s right on.

I have been a subscriber to both Jon and Lou for quite awhile now and they do not
disappoint. Lou covered some of his upcoming publishing efforts, and the
notion of participatory publishing. So you should definitely get in on the action if this
is your field or interest area.

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