Personal Knowledge Management. Angela Kille INF 385Q Knowledge Management Systems School of Information | University of Texas at Austin October 20, 2005. Personal Knowledge Management. Grown out of fields of Personal Information Management and Knowledge Management Focus on individuals
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INF 385Q Knowledge Management Systems
School of Information | University of Texas at Austin
October 20, 2005
“[Man] has built a civilization so complex that he needs to mechanize his records more fully if he is to push his experiment to its logical conclusion and not merely become bogged down part way there by overtaxing his limited memory. His excursions may be more enjoyable if he can reacquire the privilege of forgetting the manifold things he does not need to have immediately at hand, with some assurance that he can find them again if they prove important.”
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