Adina Levin makes the case that a sufficiently usable search engine that has indexed a sufficiently large text base — i.e., Google — in effect is a KM system.
Yup. In short: If you know where things are, you don’t ever have to clean up.
(One caveat: This works when you know exactly what you’re looking for, but browsing a taxonomy is helpful when you don’t.)
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