“Thus when we attack the complexity of content reuse, we often create all kinds of complicated abstract content structures including ones that express complicated content management operations or computer science concepts and expect writers to use all of them while writing. We also introduce complex content finding tasks into the author’s world and introduce complex and expensive content management systems to assist them, which is yet another source of complexity in the author’s world.” says Mark.
I do not want to hold it for sharing with you till next Monday, hence this follow up email. To know more about Mark’s thoughts on content, see my conversation with Mark Baker
, in 2015.