Update 1st August 2010. It would appear that the blog post in question has been taken down. Although my post still appears on their blog index page for January.
A while ago I created a blog post around academic analytics and the Indicators project. The post can be found at this link. Shortly after I noticed that the Gilfus education group had a post that is almost word-for-word identical to mine, including references to David’s blog and the Indicators project. You can see their copy of my post here. A couple of days ago I sent the following email to the contact email address from their website. I’m still waiting for a response.
I note with concern, an article published on your website in January, 2010 titled “Academic Analytics: Data rich, information poor”. This article appears to be a word-for-word copy from my blog post with the same title which can be viewed at https://beerc.wordpress.com/2010/01/24/academic-analytics-data-rich-information-poor-who-should-own-the-data/
Can you please either attribute this article appropriately, link to the article or remove it from your web site completely. Your prompt attention to this matter is appreciated.