This two-part talk is about a type of information storage and retrieval environment which I am calling a content graph. It is a follow-up to an earlier talk where I showed how to link content to the PoolParty taxonomy management system using FontoXML. In this presentation I am building on that article, showing how you can create, build and work with content graphs. We are also introducing a piece of software that we have recently developed - the Content Graph Explorer. This allows a user not only to classify content in real time using PoolParty, but also to capture the classification and save it into a graph database. You can view each part of the talk using the thumbnails below. I hope you find it interesting.