Scott AbelScott Abel is a content management strategist and structured-XML content evangelist whose strengths lie in helping organizations improve the way they author, maintain, and deliver their information assets. Scott’s blog, The Content Wrangler, is a popular online resource for technical writers who have an interest in content management. Scott’s social-networking site, The Content Wrangler Community, is a global network of content professionals that attracts thousands of members from around the world. A founding member of Content Management Professionals, Scott previously served as executive director of the organization. Scott writes regularly for trade and industry publications, blogs, and newsletters. He also runs several industry events, including the DocTrain and Web Content conference series, and is a regularly featured presenter at communication industry events.
By Scott Abel:
Dynamic Semantic Publishing For Beginners (Part One)
“The 2010 World Cup was a notable first not only for Spain, but also for publishing and the BBC. This is because the BBC’s coverage of the tournament marked a dramatic evolution in the way content can be delivered online. This new system was labeled dynamic semantic publishing (DSP) by the team of architects–including Jem [...]
Amazon CloudFront Offers Support For Dynamic Content
Amazon has announced that Amazon CloudFront now allows organizations to deliver personalized web content dynamically. Read the announcement. Check out the geeky details.
What is Dynamic Publishing, Anyway?
It would seem a straightforward assignment: defining the term — dynamic publishing — that is the primary focus of this online publication. But, as I quickly discovered in my quest to help establish a common vocabulary, my task was far more complicated than I originally realized. As it turns out, there are subtle variations in [...]
Introducing TheDynamicPublisher.com Version 2.0
by Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler It’s hard to deliver the right information to the right people at the right time in the right format and language, increasingly, on a menagerie of mobile devices that seem to pop up faster than daisies after a good rain — especially if you rely on traditional publishing techniques. [...]