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  1. if you love something... ...set it free Ian Davis, CTO, Talis
  2. From cave paintings...
  3. the age of the Internet, the human race has sought ever more efficient ways to exchange information.
  4. We are no longer limited by the physicality of information.
  5. Dramatic reductions in marginal cost of production is not the whole story.
  6. The World Wide Web is the most successful information system ever devised... but why did the Web win?
  7. Network effects arise when the act of participation makes the entire network more useful for everyone
  8. The open network outpaces the walled garden
  9. Where would you publish?
  10. Blue oceans are metaphors for the wide open unexplored markets created by radical innovations.
  11. Think about the industries that didn't exist 30 years ago.
  12. Now what about 100 years ago?
  13. Now which companies exist only because of the Web?
  14. All because the web lets you link documents together.
  15. Increasing the variety of links and things being linked to can create vastly stronger and more valuable networks
  16. The Semantic Web fundamentally changes how information, machines and people are connected
  17. “In the Semantic Web, it is not the Semantic which is novel, it is the Web” -- Chris Welty, IBM
  18. The Semantic Web and its powerful network effects are enabling a radical transformation away from islands of data.
  19. Conjecture 1: Data outlasts code
  20. Therefore open data is more important than open source
  21. Conjecture 2: There is more structured data in the world than unstructured
  22. Therefore people who understand structure matter
  23. Conjecture 3: Most of the value in our data will be unexpected and unintended
  24. Therefore we should engineer for serendipity
  25. The goal is not to build a web of data. The goal is to enrich lives through access to information.
  26. Does preservation require protection?
  27. Provide and Enable
  28. Provide... use your unique expertise and knowledge to collect, organise and publish data you care about
  29. Enable... licence your data for reuse, give important things a URI and link widely.
  30. Shouldn't the right data be available when you need it?
  31. Technology grows exponentially, but society adapts linearly Can someone please tell me why my bio and all of my tribe friends are listed on a site I have never been to or heard of? I didn't think this was Tribes style. I feel cheated and betrayed. If I wanted my profile to be farmed out, I would join Facebook.
  32. Let's be careful
  33. We have barely begun
  34. if you love something... ...set it free... ...and change the world Ian Davis, CTO, Talis