Content or Metadata?

Reynolds, Gregg greynolds at
Thu Dec 2 19:57:15 GMT 1999

That would be "paradata".


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Spreitzer [mailto:spreitze at]
> Sent: Thursday, December 02, 1999 1:42 PM

> > Operationally, my experience suggests that in stuff that is
> > not metadata, ordering matters.  The converse is true; if 
> ordering matters,
> > it's probably not metadata.   There are exceptions but you have to
> > work pretty hard. -Tim
> What about the list of authors of a scholarly paper?  Isn't 
> that metadata for which order
> matters?

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