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         ...
DATAPUBLICATIONIS NOT AMAGIC ANSWER.
“data mining = the data are mine”    “you can‟t possibly understand it”     “i need to protect my postdocs”            “i ...
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
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012
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Wilbanks Keynote NFAIS 2012

  1. 1. THIS NEW NORMALYOU SPEAK OFDO YOU KNOWWHAT IT IS?
  2. 2. SMALL CHOICES INNETWORK DESIGNMAKE BIG CHANGESIN NETWORK OUTCOMES.
  3. 3. great for reducingtransaction costs
  4. 4. attractive tobig institutionsand companies
  5. 5. old normal.
  6. 6. new normal?
  7. 7. for the hub, it‟s afantasticnew normal
  8. 8. great for fairnessand scale
  9. 9. when allowed to evolve…
  10. 10. great for unintendedconsequences
  11. 11. ARE YOU LOGGEDINTO TWITTERRIGHT NOW?1. YES2. NO
  12. 12. don‘t care how, I want it now…
  13. 13. wherever I am…
  14. 14. on every device.
  15. 15. THERE IS ALSO ANECONOMICDIMENSION
  16. 16. 14,000 articles @ $1350 each $18,900,000 in 2011
  17. 17. THERE IS ALSO AMORALDIMENSION
  18. 18. THERE IS ALSO ASCIENTIFICDIMENSION
  19. 19. HAVE YOU EVEREMAILED A COPYOF A PDF TO ACOLLEAGUE?1. YES2. NO
  20. 20. newnormal?
  21. 21. newnormal?
  22. 22. “normal” peopleare becoming sensors sensed processors participants
  23. 23. DATAPUBLICATIONIS NOT AMAGIC ANSWER.
  24. 24. “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”
  25. 25. publish now?
  26. 26. publishnow?
  27. 27. publishnow?
  28. 28. HAVE YOU EVERCURATED A DATASET BY YOURSELF?1. YES2. NO
  29. 29. SCENARIO 1RADICAL INCREMENTALISM
  30. 30. ACRONYM WARS!
  31. 31. rwa frpaaACRONYM WARS! sopa pipa
  32. 32. civil disobedience
  33. 33. routing aroundthe damage
  34. 34. SCENARIO 2A TALE OF TWO SH*TS
  35. 35. I AM GOING TOCURE MY CANCERIN MY GARAGE
  36. 36. I AM GOING TOCURE MY CANCERIN MY GARAGE sh*t #1: bullsh*t
  37. 37. #2: holy sh*t!
  38. 38. NOTICE: EXTREMEABSENCE OFTRADITIONALINFORMATIONPLAYERS
  39. 39. SCENARIO 3WEAK, SIMPLE, OPEN,TOGETHER.
  40. 40. weak = weakness simple = simplistic open = unpaid
  41. 41. use open datato determineembargoes
  42. 42. full protection
  43. 43. NC protection
  44. 44. true OA - CC BY
  45. 45. but must be based onopen data
  46. 46. WHEN IT COMESTO DATA, THINKEARLY INTERNET,NOT FACEBOOK
  47. 47. 2010
  48. 48. simple weak open togetherdesign principles for unintended consequences
  49. 49. the new normal israrely builtby the old normal.
  50. 50. thank you@wilbankshttp://del-fi.org

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