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What is a Permalink?

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A permalink is a URL that is meant to be more or less permanent. This is done so that links and bookmarks to a resource such as an article continue to work indefinitely without need to update them or maintain complex redirects.


Permalinks are typically simple human readable URLs that use regular words as opposed to unreadable codes or difficult to remember numbers. They are published with the promise to try not to change them. If a permalink does need to change it is a best practice to redirect it.
Overview: Permalink
A URL that is more or less permanent meaning that a promise has been made to maintain it going forward.
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Knowledge Management

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A Posteriori
A Priori
Anti Information
Artificial Knowledge
Body Of Knowledge
Corporate Memory
Dispersed Knowledge
Document Control
Document Quality
Domain Knowledge
Information Asymmetry
Information Management
Information Pollution
Knowledge Analysis
Knowledge Audit
Knowledge Discovery
Knowledge Loss
Knowledge Measurement
Knowledge Processes
Knowledge Quality
Knowledge Risk
Knowledge Transfer
Knowledge Value
Knowledge Velocity
Knowledge Waste
Knowledge Work
Known Unknowns
Master Copy
Meta Knowledge
Outside Context Problem
Propositional Knowledge
Situated Knowledge
Tacit Knowledge
Unknown Unknown
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