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Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
 

Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012

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Keynote slides as delivered at the NFAIS 2012 meeting. Theme was "the emerging new normal".

Keynote slides as delivered at the NFAIS 2012 meeting. Theme was "the emerging new normal".

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    Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012 Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • THIS NEW NORMALYOU SPEAK OFDO YOU KNOWWHAT IT IS?
    • SMALL CHOICES INNETWORK DESIGNMAKE BIG CHANGESIN NETWORK OUTCOMES.
    • great for reducingtransaction costs
    • attractive tobig institutionsand companies
    • old normal.
    • new normal?
    • for the hub, it‟s afantasticnew normal
    • great for fairnessand scale
    • when allowed to evolve…
    • great for unintendedconsequences
    • ARE YOU LOGGEDINTO TWITTERRIGHT NOW?1. YES2. NO
    • don‘t care how, I want it now…
    • wherever I am…
    • on every device.
    • THERE IS ALSO ANECONOMICDIMENSION
    • 14,000 articles @ $1350 each $18,900,000 in 2011
    • THERE IS ALSO AMORALDIMENSION
    • THERE IS ALSO ASCIENTIFICDIMENSION
    • HAVE YOU EVEREMAILED A COPYOF A PDF TO ACOLLEAGUE?1. YES2. NO
    • newnormal?
    • newnormal?
    • “normal” peopleare becoming sensors sensed processors participants
    • DATAPUBLICATIONIS NOT AMAGIC 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?
    • HAVE YOU EVERCURATED A DATASET BY YOURSELF?1. YES2. NO
    • SCENARIO 1RADICAL INCREMENTALISM
    • ACRONYM WARS!
    • rwa frpaaACRONYM WARS! sopa pipa
    • civil disobedience
    • routing aroundthe damage
    • SCENARIO 2A TALE OF TWO SH*TS
    • I AM GOING TOCURE MY CANCERIN MY GARAGE
    • I AM GOING TOCURE MY CANCERIN MY GARAGE sh*t #1: bullsh*t
    • #2: holy sh*t!
    • NOTICE: EXTREMEABSENCE OFTRADITIONALINFORMATIONPLAYERS
    • SCENARIO 3WEAK, SIMPLE, OPEN,TOGETHER.
    • weak = weakness simple = simplistic open = unpaid
    • use open datato determineembargoes
    • full protection
    • NC protection
    • true OA - CC BY
    • but must be based onopen data
    • WHEN IT COMESTO DATA, THINKEARLY INTERNET,NOT FACEBOOK
    • 2010
    • simple weak open togetherdesign principles for unintended consequences
    • the new normal israrely builtby the old normal.
    • thank you@wilbankshttp://del-fi.org