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SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
 

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Slides as delivered, keynote address, March 12 2012.

Slides as delivered, keynote address, March 12 2012.

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    SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012 SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
    • THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
    • THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
    • THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
    • #1: the story of decentralized competition in networks
    • awesomeif you‟re the hub
    • great forfairness and scale
    • when allowed to evolve…
    • not all unintendedonsequencesare bad ones
    • small choices in network designlead to large changes in outcomes
    • #2: the story of therighteous fist of BARGH
    • factual errors on page 1:4.41 impact factor (top 10 psychology) (not for profit)
    • not to mention social media outcome…
    • or google search results…
    • maybe this is whatpost-publication review actually looks like
    • #3: the story of eisenomics
    • don„t wait for alt-metricsdo it yourself
    • THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
    • #1: we are allveruca salt now
    • don‘t care how, I want it now…
    • wherever I am…
    • on every device.
    • expecting scholars to be different is like believing in magic unicorns
    • #2: data publicationis not the magic answer
    • “data mining = the data are mine” “you can‟t possibly understand it” “i need to protect my postdocs” “i might get sued” “someone else might find the key”“i„m not paid to make data for others” “it‟s not secure”
    • publish now?
    • publishnow?
    • publishnow?
    • 175,000 data scientists1,500,000 data managers
    • more trouble
    • “normal” peopleare becoming sensors sensed processors participants
    • publish what, and when? who edits?without an epistemology of data publishing?
    • #3: the attacksare going to get far worse
    • on FRPAA:“It would also compel Americantaxpayers to subsidize the acquisitionof important research information byforeign governments andcorporations that compete inglobal markets with the public andprivate scientific enterprises conductedin the United States.” (american association of publishers)
    • not compliant withany community definitions of open access
    • not compliant withany community definitions of open access
    • there will be frontal attacksand there will be subtle attacks
    • THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
    • SCENARIO 1RADICAL INCREMENTALISM
    • acronym wars!
    • FRPARWA A acronym wars!SOPA PIPA
    • civil disobedience
    • routing around the damage
    • SCENARIO 2IRRELEVANCE (or A TALE OFTWO SH*TS)
    • i am going tocure my cancer in my garage
    • i am going to cure my cancer in my garage#1: bullsh*t!
    • #2: holy sh*t!
    • notice: extreme absence of traditionalinformation players
    • SCENARIO 3SIMPLE, WEAK, OPEN, TOGETHER
    • a “SWOT” analysisfor the 21st century
    • weak = weakness simple = simplistic open = unpaid
    • 1. there is no “together”without rights
    • simple.
    • simple... 2010
    • 2. there is no “open” without cost
    • we have it for PLoS One: $18,900,000
    • 2. there is no “simple” or “weak” without data
    • use open datato determinelength of protectio
    • a weak embargocompared to ablunt intstrumen
    • full protection
    • NC protection
    • true OA - CC BY
    • simple, weak: articleembargoset by economics
    • but must be based onopen data
    • alternative: powerful, blusweeping mandateshow us the damn data!
    • 3. review = together
    • revolutions cannot be imagined until they happen
    • FIRST THEY IGNORE YOUTHEN THEY LAUGH AT YOUTHEN THEY FIGHT YOUTHEN YOU WIN
    • FIRST THEY IGNORE YOUTHEN THEY LAUGH AT YOUTHEN THEY FIGHT YOUTHEN YOU WIN
    • the smartest person in the room is the room… - david weinberger
    • DON’T GIVE UP.DON’T EVER GIVE UP.
    • thank you. @wilbanks http://del-fi.org