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State Library of New South Wales 2013

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Presentation on the future of libraries given to the NSWnet group at the State Library of New South Wales on September 19, 2013 in Sydney, Australia.

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State Library of New South Wales 2013

  1. 1. The Near Future of Ubiquitous Computing State Library of New South Wales September 20, 2013 Jason Griffey Head of Library Information Technology University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  2. 2. SSID: LibraryBox Load any webpage in your browser Folder: NSW 2103
  3. 3. Acquisition Circulation Preservation
  4. 4. Circulation
  5. 5. Circulation
  6. 6. Distribution
  7. 7. Copying stuff is never, ever going to get any harder than it is today... Hard drives aren't going to get bulkier, more expensive, or less capacious. Networks won't get slower or harder to access. If you're not making art with the intention of having it copied, you're not really making art for the twenty-first century.There's something charming about making work you don't want to be copied, in the same way that it's nice to go to a PioneerVillage and see the olde-timey blacksmith shoeing a horse at his traditional forge. But it's hardly, you know, contemporary. --Cory Doctorow,
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  9. 9. Preservation
  10. 10. Acquisition Circulation Preservation
  11. 11. Consumption
  12. 12. Three Laws of Technology PhotobyKradlum-
  13. 13. Moore’s Law Photo by Marcin Wichary -
  14. 14. Koomey’s Law Photo by LisaW123 -
  15. 15. Metcalfe’s Law Photo by futureshape -
  16. 16. Visions of the Future
  17. 17. Stross’ Extrapolation
  18. 18. Photo by Eric Fischer -
  19. 19. Gabe Newell
  20. 20. Mike Abrash
  21. 21. what-im-doing-2/ Valve: How I Got Here, What It’s Like, and What I’m Doing
  22. 22. By “wearable computing” I mean mobile computing where both computer-generated graphics and the real world are seamlessly overlaid in your view; there is no separate display that you hold in your hands (think Terminator vision).The underlying trend as we’ve gone from desktops through laptops and notebooks to tablets is one of having computing available in more places, more of the time. no separate display
  23. 23. The logical endpoint is computing everywhere, all the time – that is, wearable computing – and I have no doubt that 20 years from now that will be standard, probably through glasses or contacts, but for all I know through some kind of more direct neural connection. computing everywhere, all the time
  24. 24. And I’m pretty confident that platform shift will happen a lot sooner than 20 years – almost certainly within 10, but quite likely as little as 3-5, because the key areas – input, processing/power/size, and output – that need to evolve to enable wearable computing are shaping up nicely, although there’s a lot still to be figured out. little as 3-5 quite likely as
  25. 25. Vernor Vinge
  26. 26. “Communications tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring.” --Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody
  27. 27. Photo by Engadget: display-hands-on/
  28. 28. Possible Futures for Libraries Photo by Anya_ -
  29. 29. Every Book a Node Photo by Cam Incoll -
  30. 30. Libraries as Privacy Spaces Photo by rpongsaj -
  31. 31. Libraries as Data Hubs Photo by magic robots -
  32. 32. Big Data
  33. 33. Libraries as Archival Units Photo by Ville de Levallois -
  34. 34. Libraries as Activists Photo by bradhoc -
  35. 35. conclusions
  36. 36. We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future. --Marshall McLuhan Photo by michaeltk -
  37. 37. Ellis’ Projection How to See the Future
  38. 38. Act like you live in the Science Fiction Condition. Photo by Brett Kiger -
  39. 39. Photo by robert.barney -
  40. 40. 423-443-4770 @griffey ALA TechSource Head of Library Information Technology University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Jason Griffey