Documents killContext!... so let‘s kill the Documents!by Michael RohrmuellerCEO PIXELMECHANICS.deNuernberg, Germany, 10.02...
The Problem!๏   Context starts off on    -   1 Page    -   1 email    -   1 bill    -   1 letter                          ...
And soon it becomes this...๏   a stack of papers...... or emails๏   no consistency๏   no relevance rating๏   no context   ...
Imagine a case at court!๏   You‘ve got a Claim!
Soon everybody wrote astatement
It all relates to differentparts of the Claim!
Complexity reigns...!
And courts often don‘teven allow electronicdevices....   ... so a DMS won‘t help!
The same is the problemwith billing!๏   YOU write a bill๏   YOU send it by mail (or with a signature as    PDF)
๏   your CLIENT has to put it into his financial    system๏   your client‘s accountant will do it all    again.....       ...
๏   and the TAX AUTHORITY will do it again                          ... TOTALLY NUTS!
so why did we kill....
... it was the closest to asolution!๏   ADD, where it makes sense!๏   bring all kinds of media TOGETHER!๏   CENTRALIZE!
So we need to...       ...FREE context from             PHYSICALISM!
So we need to...     .... RELATE not SEND!           (c)flickr: rwcitek
Understand!                 (c)flickr: rwcitekContext has noboundaries!
Plattforms....                 ... who cares!
Context needs to be free ofall constraints!
Context is Data!       .... so Context needs   to be universally usable!XML, APIs, Digital BillingData Standards...
Thank you! MICHAEL ROHRMÜLLER PIXELMECHANICS | Webproduktion pixelmechanics.de      twitter.com/pixelmechanics      facebo...
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Documents kill context! So let's kill documents!

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Mike Rohrmueller's ignite talk at the 2011 Global Ignite week - initiated by O'Reilly.

The speech was given in Nuernberg, Germany on Feb. 10 2011.

The presentation is about the problems static content-keeping - as in documents - will bring with the increasing complexity of information.

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  1. 1. Documents killContext!... so let‘s kill the Documents!by Michael RohrmuellerCEO PIXELMECHANICS.deNuernberg, Germany, 10.02.2011, #ignue
  2. 2. The Problem!๏ Context starts off on - 1 Page - 1 email - 1 bill - 1 letter (c)flickr: rwcitek
  3. 3. And soon it becomes this...๏ a stack of papers...... or emails๏ no consistency๏ no relevance rating๏ no context (c)flickr: striatic
  4. 4. Imagine a case at court!๏ You‘ve got a Claim!
  5. 5. Soon everybody wrote astatement
  6. 6. It all relates to differentparts of the Claim!
  7. 7. Complexity reigns...!
  8. 8. And courts often don‘teven allow electronicdevices.... ... so a DMS won‘t help!
  9. 9. The same is the problemwith billing!๏ YOU write a bill๏ YOU send it by mail (or with a signature as PDF)
  10. 10. ๏ your CLIENT has to put it into his financial system๏ your client‘s accountant will do it all again..... ...NUTS!
  11. 11. ๏ and the TAX AUTHORITY will do it again ... TOTALLY NUTS!
  12. 12. so why did we kill....
  13. 13. ... it was the closest to asolution!๏ ADD, where it makes sense!๏ bring all kinds of media TOGETHER!๏ CENTRALIZE!
  14. 14. So we need to... ...FREE context from PHYSICALISM!
  15. 15. So we need to... .... RELATE not SEND! (c)flickr: rwcitek
  16. 16. Understand! (c)flickr: rwcitekContext has noboundaries!
  17. 17. Plattforms.... ... who cares!
  18. 18. Context needs to be free ofall constraints!
  19. 19. Context is Data! .... so Context needs to be universally usable!XML, APIs, Digital BillingData Standards...
  20. 20. Thank you! MICHAEL ROHRMÜLLER PIXELMECHANICS | Webproduktion pixelmechanics.de twitter.com/pixelmechanics facebook.com/pixelmechanics ... and on !
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