Think like a consultant
June 20, 2001
Just got back from a trip to San Francisco, where I was able to join the San Francisco IA cocktail hour for a fascinating discussion about the differences between being an information architect as an employee within a company, as a consultant, or as for an outside developer (or agency).

Having done all three, I'll have some more thoughts coming up on this, but here's a few initial ones…


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