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Ready for Web 3.0? ALPSP Seminar July 2010 David R Worlock.

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1 Ready for Web 3.0? ALPSP Seminar July 2010 David R Worlock

2 The tower as an image of change …

3 The step as an image of progress…

4 The Logic of Change Keyword searching in 1979 Thesaurus to taxonomy Algorithms and Inference Rules

5 Information Services and Solutions Value Model User Desktop Integrated Content Solutions Mapping and Visualization Abstracting and Indexing Secondary Content - review articles, encyclopaedias, textbooks, monographs, conference proceedings Primary Research - journal articles, report, published correspondence, market research, statistical reporting, ‘grey’ literature High Level Analytics Decision Support User Desktop Integrated Content Solutions Mapping and Visualization Abstracting and Indexing Secondary Content - review articles, encyclopaedias, textbooks, monographs, conference proceedings Primary Research - journal articles, report, published correspondence, market research, statistical reporting, ‘grey’ literature High Level Analytics Decision Support

6 Workflow in Research Researchers seek solutions Search must be cross-media Mark-up and metadata must respond to the demands of the user Data mining, searching unstructured data and data integration are vital to researcher solutions

7 Where are we now – in the aftermath of Web 2.0 ? Community – in full flood Workflow – proving more difficult than we thought ? Vertical Search – vital, but did we fully understand the implications ? Somewhere we forgot the drivers – productivity, improved decision-making, cheaper costs of compliance, better risk management – but our users did NOT

8 Web 3.0 : death by numbers Commoditization of content Democratization of creation Information overload New publishing forms – from 3D to mobile BUT where is the MEANING in all of this ?

9 What do we need next ? improved search dynamics, better taxonomy, more semantic recognition ? OR RDF, Triples, effective taxonomic and inference rule environments ? And is there a gradual, step-by-step approach – or a Big Bang ?

10 It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change Charles Darwin

11 Who is Davd Worlock ? David R Worlock blogs at and can be contacted atwww.davidworlock.com


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