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Content Tech Changes presentation at CIL in DC

by Joe Murphy Librarian on April 9th, 2013

Content change is a story in which technology is the character who moves the plot along and culture is the page which the story unfolds around.

I presented this morning about New Trends in Content & Resource-Sharing Tech at the Computers in Libraries conference in Washington, DC. I shared the stage with Marshall breeding in this the first session of the Content Management track moderated by Nancy Dowd.

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Slides from my talk linked here

Content is a technology issue. Technology is a culture issue. We deal here with cultural impact of content tech advancements.

Some of the tech areas i covered included predicted impacts of the upcoming Google Glass, the internet of things, self publishing, wearable tech, self and collaborative curation, Amazon + Goodreads, cross format synching, and more.

My expertise in regards to content is the impacts of new technology. I’d love to share more details of my analysis in this area.

Slides from this presentation are online

- Joe Murphy Librarian

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