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Keynote in Hong Kong for the mLibraries (mobile libraries) 2014 conference by Joe Murphy

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  • Customization as mega trend
  • Acting upon not just with phones
  • Andrew Cowie of the National Library of New Zealand - “the library is a virtual, a social, and a physical space where we make sense of an accelerated world”
    Role of sense making in a fast paced mobile world
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  • Mlibraries keynote Hong Kong the post mobile library mlib14

    1. 1. The Post-Mobile Library mLibraries Conference Hong Kong Joe Murphy Director Library Futures Innovative Interfaces @libraryfuture
    2. 2. The library in a post-mobile world is a technology test kitchen @libraryfuture
    3. 3. Sally video Sally Pewhairangi @sallyheroes @libraryfuture
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    5. 5. From Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group - Project Tango – 3D Indoor Mapping Not for the mobile but with the mobile
    6. 6. Kids react to Walkmans By Benny and Rafi Fine April 23, 2014
    7. 7. Let’s start basic Modular smartphones = Smartphone + Legos Part of the Maker revolution – taps into higher order satisfaction Smartphone as expression canvas? details-project-ara-and-future-modular-phones
    8. 8. Where is this leading us?
    9. 9. Smart contact lens our-smart-contact-lens.html
    10. 10. Can see where we are going
    11. 11. We’ve become used to having sensors on or near our bodies. The door has been opened …
    12. 12. “the library is a virtual, a social, and a physical space where we make sense of an accelerated world” - Andrew Cowie of the National Library of New Zealand’s Learning Futures team
    13. 13. Connectivity as capital
    14. 14. Television premier on Tumblr creator/curator/consumer
    15. 15. The post mobile library is not passive – it is participatory
    16. 16. Mesh networks & custom connections After smart buildings – mobile as different and as platform
    17. 17. Getting closer/clearer
    18. 18. The Internet of Things Smart buildings A strong role for libraries
    19. 19. Close but still blurry
    20. 20. Mobile extended the screen & input point beyond the desk, new tools continue extending beyond the device
    21. 21. Pop up libraries reflect a similar philosophy to how mobile libraries should be conceived
    22. 22. Amazon Dash & extra-phone mobile
    23. 23. Custom printing on demand
    24. 24. #amazoncart & social / ecommerce confluence Tweets for action
    25. 25. The library as development platform the product as the platform for connecting social expression to real objects Print a favorite Instagram pic on your sneakers
    26. 26. If only we could extend the power of images in conversation to images as action …
    27. 27. Pay for a box of cereal in Sweden by Instagramming the product and adding the tag #nyaspecialk (Swedish for new Special K) - Image as currency
    28. 28. Image as ecommerce Instagram being used by independent ecommerce sellers in Kuwait
    29. 29. Don’t be afraid of new tech. Try it out and ramp it up
    30. 30. Loyalty, gaming, perks, … premium
    31. 31. Questions of Premium
    32. 32. Mashup of ecommerce delivery, home shopping, maker essence, mobile as action piece, and photo for action
    33. 33. Just new mashups or combining strengths?
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    35. 35. Bitcoin – Digital currencies & digital lifeflows
    36. 36. Impact of Uber is how it is disrupting. A model for reactions to its disruptions. Are competitors wrong to focus on the mobile aspect of Uber for its success?
    37. 37. Finding what we expect
    38. 38. It seems that a digital representation is not necessary
    39. 39. Automatic Content Recognition comes (directly) to social mobile reveals our content related behaviors Combines mobile gadget, your experience context, content, social – content as point for interaction.
    40. 40. We cannot isolate ourselves from these “un-library” directions
    41. 41. Emerging into familiarity
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    43. 43. Scribd When partnerships make a purchase attractive
    44. 44. Brand recognition
    45. 45. Mobile Messaging Bringing communication back to phones
    46. 46. If mobile is now is “mobile tech” redundant?
    47. 47. Director, Library Futures Joe Murphy Twitter @libraryfuture murphylibraryfuture