> most popular use of the term
Yes, that's what happens in a land-grabbing frenzy.
Just a few years ago, it was *very* popular to have outlandish titles (chief
media wrangler, code ambassador, etc).
> 90% of those holding the title or carrying the role is almost completely tied
> to the LIS/Findability community
Based on what reliable research?
The silly irony is that the very people with LIS blinders on who fought me
and a few others on this very forum at the beginning are now publicly trying
to "branch out" or broaden the intended focus of that title.
If it didn't, you'd be out of a job.
IA Summit 2008: "Experiencing Information"
April 10-14, 2008, Miami, Florida
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