Publications: Articles

The Hinge Pin Principle

Let’s consider a simple hinge – consisting of two leafs and a single hinge pin. One of the leafs firmly integrates with, say, ‘world’ A; the other leaf with ‘world’ B. And the modest hinge pin, easily overlooked as it … Continue reading

The Core of Information Oriented Architecture

Did you ever notice that the vast majority of ICT people hardly talk about information and its fundamental characteristics? They do talk nineteen to the dozen about technical stuff like Object Oriented (OO), like Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), like Enterprise … Continue reading


An Information Roundabout is an infrastructural facility that is meant to significantly improve human interoperability. As such it requires a systematic organisation of information. And a systematic organisation of information, in turn, requires a method for systematic information modeling. Currently … Continue reading

Systematic Organisation of Information

Did you ever wonder why you organise your information the way you do? What the strengths and weaknesses of that way of organising are? Did you? This article introduces a systematic way of organising information. A way that – most … Continue reading

Situational Meaning

Did you know that the vast majority of ICT-educated people are thoroughly trained to believe that meaning of information is fixed and can be defined at forehand? Did you know that most otherwise-educated people know that meaning of information depends on … Continue reading