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  1. 1. The Year 2015: What WillIntellectual Property Look Like Ed Colleran, Moderator Stephen Abram Ed Keating Michael Carroll GoogleZon • Check out: • http://www.robinsloan.com/epic/GoogleZon May 2005 - TiVo and Google are talking… May 2005 - TiVo and Yahoo! are talking… May 2005 – New York Times changes pricing May 2005 – U of AZ adds article writing software… May 2005 - Google gets two patents for a quality algorithm… May 2005 - Google Offers free homepages, personalized search and 2 gb of GMail May 2005 – ePaper released 1
  2. 2. The Qianlong emperor, 1711-1799 Dedication of the Greatest Library in Worlds History 2
  3. 3. Mayans and Incas . . . FlaviusJosephuseLearning and R&D MP3, Streaming Media, etc. 3
  4. 4. Google & Kansas City VisualizationPeter A. Hook, J.D., M.S.L.I.S.Doctoral Student, Indiana University Bloomingtonhttp://ella.slis.indiana.edu/~pahook 4
  5. 5. Visualization of Growing Co-Author Networks 2004 Won 1st prize at the IEEE InfoVis Contest (Ke, Visvanath & Börner, 2004) After Stuart Card, IEEE InfoVis Keynote, 2004. U Berkeley U. Minnesota PARC Virginia Tech Georgia Tech Bell Labs CMU U Maryland Wittenberg Macro-model: Structural Map• Clusters of journals denote 212 disciplines (7000 journals).• Labeled with their dominant ISI category names.• Circle sizes (area) denote the number of journals in each cluster.• Circle color depicts the independence of each cluster, with darker colors depicting greater independence.• Lines denote strongest relationships between disciplines (citing cluster gives more than 7.5% of its total citations to the cited cluster).• Enables disciplinary diffusion studies.• Enables comparison of institutions by discipline. Boyack, K.W., Klavans, R., & Börner , K. (2005, in press). Mapping the backbone of science. Scientometrics. 5
  6. 6. Macro-model: Detail• Clusters of journals denote disciplines• Lines denote strongest relationships Boyack, K.W., Klavans, R., & between Börner,K. (2005, in press). Mapping the backbone of journals science.Scientometrics. 6
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  8. 8. Geographic Segmentation PlottingCustomer Addresses of Circulation Records 8
  9. 9. Trends/The Past/ Personas /The Future Information Seeking/Use Behavior on ati m Information and or el Inf hann Knowledge C ©The Kennedy Group 18 Trends/The Past/Personas/ TheFuture• Public Library Pilot Project – Libraries in rural, urban and suburban Northeastern U.S. and Canada to start – March through May, 2005 – Leveraging proven techniques for understanding complex markets (Cynefin Centre)• Follow up to cover the broader U.S.A. and global marketplace• Follow up for Academic and School personas• Librarians at SLA, CLA and ALA 23 Everything’s getting smaller 9
  10. 10. Tiny hard drives • Hitachi • 1 inch to 1.8 inches • Slim or Mikey • 8-10 or 30-40 Gigabytes • >49 grams • 5 mm – 8 mmSanDisk SD card with USB • SD card with built-in USB 11/01/2005 Time to retire your memory card reader. Amazingly, SanDisk has managed to embed high-speed USB 2.0 connectivity into an SD card, bringing plug-and- play convenience to a new level. Now all you have to do is plug your SD card direct into any USB port to begin transferring your data, images, audio or video between devices. The new mechanical design does away with the need for a removable cap and even features an LED that blinks when data transfer is taking place-- all on the tiny foam factor. Hopefully, twice the convenience wont mean twice the price. 10
  11. 11. Tinyapps.org Add applications to your USB: Tiny Firefox Tiny Trillian (IM) Tiny Text Tiny SpreadsheetsBidirectional wireless module 11
  12. 12. Thanks Scrabble© Score is: 21 Stephen Abram, MLS President, CLA VP Innovation, Sirsi Corporation 416-669-4855 stephen.abram@sirsi.com http://www.sirsi.comStephen’s Lighthouse Blog and Stephen’s PPTs and articles are on the Sirsi Website 12