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Episode 010 - Information Archaeology with Ren Pope

In this episode, Sophia and Ren discuss how to build a taxonomy around cosplay, how information architecture is more like information archaeology, and why it's important to understand the context of meta metadata.

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Ren Pope is the Senior Staff Data Modeler and Ontologist at a little company called Etsy. Ren's background is in technical writing, data analysis, and knowledge management. In this episode of the podcast, Sophia and Ren discuss how to build a taxonomy around cosplay, how information architecture is more like information archaeology, and why it's important to understand the context of meta metadata.

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Connect with Ren on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rlpope3/

Try CMap: https://cmap.ihmc.us/

Ontology Dojo Presentation: https://bit.ly/ontology_dojo2

Meta Information Architecture:  https://bit.ly/metaia

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