Well, tomorrow is the day I actually make my final pitch to the SEB program.
I had a number of meetings in the past week discussing this project and others and I have been swamped with work. Not only professional development - but mundane stuff like painting my living room. (not a picture of my living room - just slapping a fresh coat of paint on the walls - a new look for 2004).
On top of all this - its also hockey playoff season. The maple leafs play game 7 tonight in Toronto. I would like to see them move on in the playoffs - but the games take up my time - so I might get more done if they lose. (Don't tell the leafs I said that).
So - what is the point of today's blog. I discovered after blogging about categorization schemes that there is a lot of interest in the topic. A couple of people actually posted comments on my ideas. Then during my meetings - the topic seemed to come up a few times. I'll actually be meeting with a few people to discuss the topic further.
It seems that everyone has their own killer app for a standard categorization scheme. Some are working on knowledge management programs. Others are looking for ways to organize content on their websites (internal links vs. external).
I think I will be building my own database of categories with decimal number equivalents. I will call it the AMDS - the andre molnar decimal system. Its as good as any other name - and if it catches on it might get my name out there. I don't care a bit about attainting some sort of celebrity status - but I figure in the long run people will be more willing to give me their money (and more of it) if they know my name.
Once I have the database - I can finally finish my itty bitty program that has lead me down this path.
andrePosted by andre at April 20, 2004 03:38 PM