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 ...
publish now?
publishnow?
publishnow?
175,000 data    scientists1,500,000 data    managers
more trouble
“normal” peopleare becoming                      sensors                       sensed                  processors         ...
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 g...
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
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
SPARC OA Meeting March 12, 2012
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  1. 1. THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
  2. 2. THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
  3. 3. THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
  4. 4. THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
  5. 5. #1: the story of decentralized competition in networks
  6. 6. awesomeif you‟re the hub
  7. 7. great forfairness and scale
  8. 8. when allowed to evolve…
  9. 9. not all unintendedonsequencesare bad ones
  10. 10. small choices in network designlead to large changes in outcomes
  11. 11. #2: the story of therighteous fist of BARGH
  12. 12. factual errors on page 1:4.41 impact factor (top 10 psychology) (not for profit)
  13. 13. not to mention social media outcome…
  14. 14. or google search results…
  15. 15. maybe this is whatpost-publication review actually looks like
  16. 16. #3: the story of eisenomics
  17. 17. don„t wait for alt-metricsdo it yourself
  18. 18. THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
  19. 19. #1: we are allveruca salt now
  20. 20. don‘t care how, I want it now…
  21. 21. wherever I am…
  22. 22. on every device.
  23. 23. expecting scholars to be different is like believing in magic unicorns
  24. 24. #2: data publicationis not the magic answer
  25. 25. “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”
  26. 26. publish now?
  27. 27. publishnow?
  28. 28. publishnow?
  29. 29. 175,000 data scientists1,500,000 data managers
  30. 30. more trouble
  31. 31. “normal” peopleare becoming sensors sensed processors participants
  32. 32. publish what, and when? who edits?without an epistemology of data publishing?
  33. 33. #3: the attacksare going to get far worse
  34. 34. 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)
  35. 35. not compliant withany community definitions of open access
  36. 36. not compliant withany community definitions of open access
  37. 37. there will be frontal attacksand there will be subtle attacks
  38. 38. THREE STORIESTHREE UNCOMFORTABLETRUTHSTHREE SCENARIOS
  39. 39. SCENARIO 1RADICAL INCREMENTALISM
  40. 40. acronym wars!
  41. 41. FRPARWA A acronym wars!SOPA PIPA
  42. 42. civil disobedience
  43. 43. routing around the damage
  44. 44. SCENARIO 2IRRELEVANCE (or A TALE OFTWO SH*TS)
  45. 45. i am going tocure my cancer in my garage
  46. 46. i am going to cure my cancer in my garage#1: bullsh*t!
  47. 47. #2: holy sh*t!
  48. 48. notice: extreme absence of traditionalinformation players
  49. 49. SCENARIO 3SIMPLE, WEAK, OPEN, TOGETHER
  50. 50. a “SWOT” analysisfor the 21st century
  51. 51. weak = weakness simple = simplistic open = unpaid
  52. 52. 1. there is no “together”without rights
  53. 53. simple.
  54. 54. simple... 2010
  55. 55. 2. there is no “open” without cost
  56. 56. we have it for PLoS One: $18,900,000
  57. 57. 2. there is no “simple” or “weak” without data
  58. 58. use open datato determinelength of protectio
  59. 59. a weak embargocompared to ablunt intstrumen
  60. 60. full protection
  61. 61. NC protection
  62. 62. true OA - CC BY
  63. 63. simple, weak: articleembargoset by economics
  64. 64. but must be based onopen data
  65. 65. alternative: powerful, blusweeping mandateshow us the damn data!
  66. 66. 3. review = together
  67. 67. revolutions cannot be imagined until they happen
  68. 68. FIRST THEY IGNORE YOUTHEN THEY LAUGH AT YOUTHEN THEY FIGHT YOUTHEN YOU WIN
  69. 69. FIRST THEY IGNORE YOUTHEN THEY LAUGH AT YOUTHEN THEY FIGHT YOUTHEN YOU WIN
  70. 70. the smartest person in the room is the room… - david weinberger
  71. 71. DON’T GIVE UP.DON’T EVER GIVE UP.
  72. 72. thank you. @wilbanks http://del-fi.org
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