A few months ago I was nominated to the board of the Information Architecture Institute and subsequently elected. Thanks to all who voted for me. Now let's get down to business.

Naturally, the incoming board of an information architecture organization is going to take an interest in said organization's Web site. While we're still settling in to our roles, a certain set of custodial tasks has made itself obvious. Like figuring out what's on the site and pruning dangling links.

As the one in charge of technical infrastructure, that task falls to me, which is fine, as it's an excuse for me to try out the excellent graph visualization package Gephi, using RDF data from a crawler I hacked together this afternoon. This graph is incomplete, as I was lazy and didn't make the crawler parallelized, and then I got impatient and started making the pretty picture while it was still running.