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Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
Eusidic, The Outlook And The Future
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  • 1. “ shared innovation The Outlook and The Future Rob Styles Programme Manager, Data Services rob.styles@talis.com “ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. (http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)
  • 2. “ shared innovation “ “ “ Sam Libby Joe “ “ “ “Hoowar” “But That’s “It’s alright, “ Mine!” she can borrow it”
  • 3. “ shared innovation Web 2.0
  • 4. “ shared innovation “ Web 2.0 is the network as platform, spanning all connected devices; Web 2.0 applications are those that make the most of the intrinsic advantages of that platform: delivering software as a continually-updated service that gets better the more people use it, consuming and remixing data from multiple sources, including individual users, while providing their own data and services in a form that allows remixing by others, creating network effects through an quot;architecture of participation,quot; and going beyond the page metaphor of Web 1.0 to deliver rich user experiences. O’Reilly Radar, Tim O’reilly, http://tinyurl.com/e2xb6
  • 5. “ shared innovation “ Web 2.0 is the network as platform, spanning all connected devices; Web 2.0 applications are those that make the most of the intrinsic advantages of that platform: delivering software as a continually-updated service that gets better the more people use it, consuming and remixing data from multiple sources, including individual users, while providing their own data and services in a form that allows remixing by others, creating network effects through an quot;architecture of participation,quot; and going beyond the page metaphor of Web 1.0 to deliver rich user experiences. O’Reilly Radar, Tim O’reilly, http://tinyurl.com/e2xb6
  • 6. “ shared innovation The Network Effect Image by Rissmu, used under license, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/715133
  • 7. “ shared innovation The Network Effect
  • 8. “ shared innovation The Network Effect
  • 9. “ shared innovation The Network Effect ork etw of n lue Va “ Size of Network
  • 10. “ shared innovation “ Networks greatly facilitate the sharing of relevant knowledge within a community […] But a lot can get in the way of this value before it has a chance to evolve and mature. The Cluetrain Manifesto, Perseus Books, 2000, Levine, Locke, Searls, Weinberger.
  • 11. Image by The Opte Project, used under Creative Commons license, http://www.opte.org/maps/
  • 12. “ shared innovation Architecture of Participation
  • 13. “ shared innovation Participatory Culture
  • 14. “ shared innovation Virtual Community
  • 15. “ shared innovation Community License
  • 16. “ shared innovation Public License
  • 17. “ shared innovation Creative Commons
  • 18. “ shared innovation Social Media
  • 19. “ shared innovation Wisdom of Crowds
  • 20. “ shared innovation Open Source
  • 21. “ shared innovation Open Access
  • 22. “ shared innovation Open Content
  • 23. “ shared innovation Open Data
  • 24. “ shared innovation Let’s Share
  • 25. “ shared innovation “ “ “ “ “ Technology Peak of Trough of Slope of Plateau of “ “ “ or Business Inflated Disillusionme Enlightenmen Productivity Trigger Expectations nt t
  • 26. “ shared innovation nd .0 e 2 Lif Se rary ice co Lib ce erv .0 rvi aS b2 s Se ce We rvi as a Se as are g b ftw tin We So u e mp ub Co uT ia Yo ed kip Wi “ “ “ “ “ Technology Peak of Trough of Slope of Plateau of “ “ “ or Business Inflated Disillusionme Enlightenmen Productivity Trigger Expectations nt t
  • 27. “ 199 4, R ead ing List sO pen 199 Trigger 7, S Technology or Business hop ping Age 199 nts 9, C “ “ onte nt is King Inflated Peak of 19 99 Expectations ,A “ dv ert “ 20 isin “ “ 00 gR ,S 20 “ ev ite 00 en ,O Re ue 20 ve gis 20 01 rly tra 01 ,R tio Re n ,D nt ea str ot 20 din C ict Trough of 02 ive gL Disillusionme , S om B ist Lic 20 ou sC en 03 rc ust los sin , B eF g ed log org “ “ 20 s e 04 20, Wik 05 ipe , Y di oa t 20 uTub 06 Slope of ,C e Enlightenmen rea tiv eC om “ mo “ ns 20 07 ,? ?? Plateau of Productivity shared innovation
  • 28. “ shared innovation “ Open Data. One day soon, tomorrow's Richard Stallman will wake up and realize that all the software distributed in the world is free and open source, but that he still has no control to improve or change the computer tools that he relies on every day. O’Reilly Radar, Tim O’Reilly, http://tinyurl.com/kbga2
  • 29. “ shared innovation “ What does it mean if our applications and APIs are free but the data is not? European Open Source Convention 2006, Tim O’Reilly
  • 30. “ shared innovation “ In terms of data, what do we do? What if all our software is open, and all our protocols and APIs are open, what does it matter as the companies still own us if they have the data. Jon Mountjoy, http://tinyurl.com/36zag3
  • 31. “ shared innovation “ Networks greatly facilitate the sharing of relevant knowledge within a community […] But a lot can get in the way of this value before it has a chance to evolve and mature. The Cluetrain Manifesto, Perseus Books, 2000, Levine, Locke, Searls, Weinberger.
  • 32. “ shared innovation Overly Restrictive Licensing
  • 33. “ shared innovation False Assertions of Ownership
  • 34. “ shared innovation “ To the extent copyrightable, these data are licensed by MIT and OCLC to you under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license MIT Release of Barton Catalogue, http://simile.mit.edu/rdf-test-data/barton/LICENSE.txt
  • 35. “ shared innovation Out-Of-Date Business Models
  • 36. “ shared innovation Unrealistic & Exclusive Pricing
  • 37. “ shared innovation Non-Core Revenue Streams
  • 38. “ shared innovation Legacy Technology
  • 39. “ shared innovation Ourselves
  • 40. “ shared innovation Just wait it out? Jessica Hagy, http://indexed.blogspot.com/2007/02/just-wait-it-out.html
  • 41. “ shared innovation “ much of what I am reading and thinking about is related to our forthcoming report. So, while I am reading truly fascinating, thought-provoking stuff, I am loathe to share at this point as I, selfishly, want everything to be fresh when we publish the report. But, this is probably silly because not all IAG readers will read the report and it's also a really old way of thinking about writing. OK, I'll share....just not today. It’s All Good, Alane Wilson, http://scanblog.blogspot.com/2007/02/gone-to-ground.html
  • 42. “ shared innovation “ Library data made visible in any number of contexts, inside and outside the library, ultimately benefiting current and potential users of library services wherever they are. The Talis Platform; A Platform for Sharing
  • 43. “ shared innovation The Talis Platform Lowers barriers Crosses vendor divides Offers evolutionary path Increases visibility of libraries
  • 44. “ shared innovation The Talis Platform
  • 45. “ shared innovation “ The more we can, for example, let users move their data around, never trap the data of an end user, let them move it if they don't like us, the better. Eric Schmidt, Web 2.0 Summit November 2006
  • 46. “ shared innovation The Talis Platform Provides new technology … …enabling participation from the extended library community … … to change the economics of developing library software.
  • 47. “ shared innovation
  • 48. “ shared innovation
  • 49. “ shared innovation
  • 50. “ shared innovation
  • 51. “ shared innovation Project Cenote http://cenote.talis.com 2 Developers 3 Days Design, Code, Test, Launch
  • 52. “ shared innovation Project Cenote Open Source, so you can see how it works http://www.talis.com/tdn/node/1718
  • 53. “ shared innovation
  • 54. “ shared innovation Talis Source UK Union Catalogue Free to Contribute Free to Discover
  • 55. “ shared innovation “,00 14 0,0 00 “ 13 ,00 0,0 00 “ 12 ,00 0,0 00 “ 11 ,00 0,0 00 “ 10 ,00 0,0 00 “ 9, 00 0,0 00 “ Talis Source Growth 2005/2006
  • 56. “ shared innovation
  • 57. “ shared innovation
  • 58. “ shared innovation The Twenty Minute Union, Rob Styles, http://www.talis.com/tdn/20minuteunion_video
  • 59. “ shared innovation The Talis Platform Provides new technology … …enabling participation from the extended library community … … to change the economics of developing library software.
  • 60. “ shared innovation Talis Community License • Intended to guarantee your freedom to use, share and modify data • and to preserve the availability and accessibility of such data for the wider community. • http://www.talis.com/tdn/tcl • Your data remains your data, and you can share it.
  • 61. “ shared innovation Eme Sha ncondit rgen u re e ce o Rea very nally f Pla lisat io thin ion tform g, that s fo sha r Sh ring arin is g g ood Sha Nee re n d to othi sha ng re “ “ “ “ “ Technology Peak of Trough of Slope of Plateau of “ “ “ or Business Inflated Disillusionme Enlightenmen Productivity Trigger Expectations nt t
  • 62. “ shared innovation The Future is Sharing
  • 63. “ shared innovation Eme Sha ncondit rgen u re e ce o Rea very nally f Pla lisat io thin ion tform g, that s fo sha r Sh ring arin is g g ood Sha Nee re n d to othi sha ng re “ “ “ “ “ Technology Peak of Trough of Slope of Plateau of “ “ “ or Business Inflated Disillusionme Enlightenmen Productivity Trigger Expectations nt t
  • 64. “ shared innovation Eme Sha ncondit rgen u re e ce o Rea very nally f Pla lisat io thin ion tform g, that s fo sha r Sh ring arin is g g ood Sha Nee re n d to othi sha ng re “ “ “ “ “ Technology Peak of Trough of Slope of Plateau of “ “ “ or Business Inflated Disillusionme Enlightenmen Productivity Trigger Expectations nt t
  • 65. “ shared innovation “ “ “ “ “ Technology Peak of Trough of Slope of Plateau of “ “ “ or Business Inflated Disillusionme Enlightenmen Productivity Trigger Expectations nt t
  • 66. We’re not four years old, we’re seven.
  • 67. “ shared innovation

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