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Subject First; Context Afterward

In communication, they say, context is everything. Actually, “everything” consists of context and subject. Useful information is subject in context. The question is, which comes first: context or subject? In the book era, the content search pattern was: context first, subject afterwards. That is, suppose you deliver three different products and have released three different versions of […]

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Characteristics of EPPO Topics: Establish Context

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Characteristics of an EPPO topic

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Characteristics of an EPPO topicThis post is the third in my series on the characteristics of Every Page is Page One topics, which I introduced in Every Page is Page One Topics are Everywhere, and continued in topics on the properties  standalone and specific limited […]

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