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For all the effort in developing restricted vocabularies for metadata schemas, that approach to information management is on the way out. It may remain useful, say, for a publisher to control the way users interact with a stable of related websites and their commercial sponsors, but as a way of discovering new knowledge (i.e. learning) it is a backwater with a lot of problems.

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