Information debt devise from the concept of technical debt, and refers to a number of problems experienced and related to the maintenance and revision of technical information resources.
Feel free to contribute pages, notes, and thoughts to any of these pages, or to create a page on a related topic as you see fit. This is a wiki after all!
books a page that addresses the relative organizational limitations of books and digital resources relative
taxonomy different approaches to taxonomy systems which improve search results and shape the way that people interact with the resource.
wiki as a methodology for document authorship.
document-management the challenges of document management in larger organizations, and the impact on information resources, maintenance, and value. This is by nature a very "enterprise-y" topic.
hierarchy the use and limitations of hierarchical organization in organization.
authorship thoughts on the impact of distributed authorship and maintenance responsibility on information debt outcomes.
(the follwoing pages are forth coming, my thoughts on their general topics follow.)
how indexing strategies makes documents more or less useable, and maintainable. How the lack of good indexing (and good indexing tools,) is a frequent source of technical debt.
and using organizational buckets as a strategy for mangaging large information resources.