Information Quality

An idea pinched from Tuppenceworth

Tuppenceworth have started doing ‘Tag Clouds’ to visualise the frequency of words etc in political manifestos and speeches in the run up to the Irish General Election. Ho-hum I thought… wouldn’t it be interesting to do the same on the emerging commercial Information Quality Blogs (and perhaps other commentary in the area – it works …

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Count down to an Information Quality clash?

Daylight Savings time starts in the US on the 11th of March – that’s next week. DST doesn’t start in Ireland or the UK until the 25th of March. The US change comes about under an Energy Protection Act passed last year. Microsoft are warning people in the US that their PCs won’t automatically update …

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Electoral Reg (A slight return)

OK. In an attempt to make this interesting to the kids, I’m ripping off Jimi Hendrix lyrics. The Sunday Business Post reported over the weekend that up to 170,000 people may have been taken of the Electoral Register in error. Apparently politicians of all hues are trading war stories of bungled clean ups on the …

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