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BookNet’s BiblioShare database now holds over 2 million public records and counting – so what are we doing with all that bibliographic data? Or better yet: what aren’t we doing? Join Tim as he demonstrates a few in-progress tools and blue-sky possibilities that put all that data to good use.

BookNet’s BiblioShare database now holds over 2 million public records and counting – so what are we doing with all that bibliographic data? Or better yet: what aren’t we doing? Join Tim as he demonstrates a few in-progress tools and blue-sky possibilities that put all that data to good use.

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  1. 1. Spiders,  ChatBots  and  the  Future  of  Metadata?  A   Look  Inside  the  BNC  BiblioShare  Sandbox   Tim  Middleton   March  24,  2017  
  2. 2. Gemini  represents  two  different  personaliIes  in  one     and  you  will  never  be  sure  which  one  you  will  face.    
  3. 3. "Prior to the late ‘90s, almost every picture in the U.S. was developed on Kodak film. Its name was synonymous with photography. But then digital broke big, and the number of digital cameras went from 4.5 million units in 2000 to 28.3 million units in 2007."
  4. 4. 2017  the  VIRTUAL  EXPERIENCE  ECONOMY.     Alibaba  shopping  plaVorm  launches  VR  &  AR  shopping  experiences    
  5. 5. Driverless  vehicles   Driverless  truck  delivering  beer!   Drones  rule  the  skies!  
  6. 6. Consumer  Research   Market  Research    
  7. 7. "in  a  lot  of  ways  design  is  about   predicIng  the  needs  of  the  future"   Tinker  HaVield  
  8. 8. BiblioShare  Sandbox    
  9. 9. Ajax  isn’t  a  technology.  It’s  really  several  technologies,     each  flourishing  in  its  own  right,  coming  together  in  powerful  new  ways.       Ajax  incorporates:   standards-­‐based  presentaIon  using  XHTML  and  CSS;   dynamic  display  and  interacIon  using  the  Document  Object  Model;   data  interchange  and  manipulaIon  using  XML  and  XSLT;   asynchronous  data  retrieval  using  XMLHbpRequest;   and  JavaScript  binding  everything  together.     Jesse  James  Garreb    
  10. 10. Apache   IIS   Web  2.0   HTML5   nginx   Ruby-­‐on-­‐Rails   React   nodejs   Hadoop   Clusters   Server  Side  ScripIng   SemanIc  Web   Compilers   Parsers   Agile   Waterfall   Sprints   Scrum   epub   SVG   Progressive  web   Service  workers   Web  services     Apis   Use  cases   Test  driven   tez   pig   Tcp  ip   Game  mechanics   Responsive  design   Offline  first   Xml  workflow  Robot.txt   sensors   Lean   refactor   ascii   schema  DOM   BOM   Presto   uml   noSQL   drm   scrum   mvp   mvc   ABC  –  (just  kidding)   python   perl   basic  
  11. 11. “Ups  and  Downs  of  an  early  adopter!”   “Ins  and  Outs  of  an  English  Major  in     Technology!”   “Running  to  keep  up!”  
  12. 12. IdenIty  crises  
  13. 13. Technical Challenges and Opportunities
  14. 14. BNC BookMonitor RIP  
  15. 15. “We’re Not Google!”“We’re Not Facebook!”“We’re Not Netflix”“We’re Not Amazon!”“We’re  Not  even  Walmart!”  
  16. 16. Bueller?
  17. 17. LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLl   “Yo  ,  did  you  know  there  are  over             1,045,309  MAIN  Subjectcodes  being   used  in  BiblioShare?” “Hey  Girl,  BiblioShare  has  96,000     Canadian  Authored  records” “Hot  off  the  press  1,347  New     Records  in  BiblioShare” “Keep  up  with  the  Imes  with     226,794  Updated  Records” ”Looking  for  ONIX  3.0  Records?     So  are  we  to  add  to  our  128,855     total  so  far” “Get  the  inside  scoop  with  over     93  thousand  Interior  Images” “BiblioShare  is  ready  for  your     close  up  now  to  add  to  our  3,339     Author  Images”   ”What?  2,408,511  records                           available  in  BISH     –  that  is  cray  cray  brah”  
  18. 18. The  future  of  metadata  is  now!  
  19. 19. No one cares how well you answer the wrong question.
  20. 20. 9781933820460   I  can’t  find  this  book  in  BiblioShare.  No  cover  –  nothing.      
  21. 21. more  data  –  please!       (for  the  future)  
  22. 22. Samples and Excerpts
  23. 23. Q.  What  made  you  decide  to  buy  this  book?  
  24. 24. Downloaded  a  free  extract/sample  chapter  of  a  book     8.4%   FicIon  
  25. 25. Downloaded  a  free  extract/sample  chapter  of  a  book     4.4%   NonficIon  
  26. 26. The files and naming conventions that we are currently accepting are: 978XXXXXXXXXX_sample.pdf (or .epub) 978XXXXXXXXXX_sample_2.pdf (numbering if there's a reason to have multiple samples for a title.) 978XXXXXXXXXX.pdf (no underscore will be assumed to be a sample if it is in the sample directory.) 978XXXXXXXXXX_excerpt.pdf 978XXXXXXXXXX_toc.pdf 978XXXXXXXXXX_guide.pdf    
  27. 27. Biblio-o-matic now  available!  
  28. 28. To  install  the  extension  for  Chrome  go  to:   hbp://bit.ly/2mIDF9H  
  29. 29. •  title •  contributor •  product form •  publication date •  subject •  keywords •  audience •  list price   the  cover  
  30. 30. Biblio-o-matic Get  it  now!  
  31. 31. `   Thank you   tmiddleton@booknetcanada.ca  

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