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Michael Buckland[edit]

As We May Recall: Four Forgotten Pioneers
Interactions, Vol. 16, Iss. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 2009), pp. 76-79. ACM

Fricke[edit]

Martin Frické, University of Arizona

The knowledge pyramid: a critique of the DIKW hierarchy
Journal of Information Science (April 2009) 35(2) 131-142. ACM

Birger Hjorland[edit]

The Controversy over the Concept of "Information": A Rejoinder to Professor Bates
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, vol. 60, no. 3 (March 2009) pp. 643-643. ACM

Adam Jackson[edit]

The Flipside: Finding the Hidden Opportunities in Life
Business Plus
http://www.adamjjackson.com/
http://www.findingtheflipside.com/

Andrew Lih[edit]

The Wikipedia Revolution: How A Bunch of Nobodies Created The World's Greatest Encyclopedia
Hyperion, March 17, 2009.
ISBN 978-1401303716
  • Review by Jeffrey Barlow: "The Wikipedia Revolution," The Journal of Education, Community and Values, vol. 10, iss. 4 (May 2010). [3]
    • ``The impact of Wikipedia is closely related to the impact of the Internet itself. It is very much part of the Web 2.0 stage of the Internet.``
    • ``It is an excellent place to begin understanding the history, the key controversies, and the major issues related to the development of Wikipedia. Lih also deals with the antecedents of Wikipedia, principally Nupedia, which was intended to be fully peer-reviewed.``

Edward Szewczak[edit]

Selected Readings on the Human Side of Information Technology
Information Science Reference (editor) Preface
  • ``As a student of MIS in the 1980s, certain research efforts impressed upon me the importance of focusing on the role of people in systems. Henry Lucas’ study of why information systems fail (Lucas, 1975) is a case in point. [...] It is easy to be dazzled by the stream of technological innovations in hardware and software. However systems are built for people. It is how people react to technology that is of fundamental importance to systems' success.``
  • ``The "Minnesota Experiments" (Dickson, Senn & Chervany, 1977) were another influence on my thinking about people and systems.``

Stephen Wolfram[edit]

Wolfram Alpha
announced 2009-03, launched 2009-05-18

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