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SCAN THIS BOOK: 32 Million books only

Posted by Julio Anjos on 20th Maio 2006

The Portuguese National Library has 800.000 unique titles in catalog, and we’re one of the least prolific literary producers in the world.

Right next door the national library of Spain states they have nearly 5.000.000 books. The British Library claims over 9.000.000. I’m a half of 32.000.000 books and I’ve not started to count france (13 million printed documents but I can’t find how may are magazines and how many are books), germany (22,201,549 physical items), brasil, china, india, australia, japan, etc. I can accept some percentage of all diferent titles in diferent languages in diferent countries in the whole world are translations of each other but, even then, I can’t find numbers of national bibliographies where I can come out with 32 million unique books in the whole world! What were the sources to arrive at this number?

PS: I choose not to believe KEVIN KELLY took the USA’s OCLC catalog for a catalog of all the libraries in the world, did he?

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Scan this Book: bem me parecia que 32 milhões eram poucos

Posted by Julio Anjos on 20th Maio 2006

Parece que o autor do artigo só levou em contra as existências das bibliotecas americanas agregadas ao serviço WorldCat da OCLC!!! Estou estupefacto! mais um americano que não percebe o tamanho do mundo!

Anatomy of Aggregate Collections: The Example of Google Print for Libraries

The 32 million books in WorldCat can be broadly interpreted as what Schonfeld and Lavoie (2005) [9] term the system-wide print book collection – in other words, the aggregated print book holdings across all libraries.

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Scan this Book: bem me parecia que 32 milhões eram poucos

Posted by Julio Anjos on 20th Maio 2006

Parece que o autor do artigo só levou em contra as existências das bibliotecas americanas agregadas ao serviço WorldCat da OCLC!!! Estou estupefacto! masi um americano que não percebe o tamanho do mundo!

Anatomy of Aggregate Collections: The Example of Google Print for Libraries

The 32 million books in WorldCat can be broadly interpreted as what Schonfeld and Lavoie (2005) [9] term the system-wide print book collection – in other words, the aggregated print book holdings across all libraries.

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Marginalia RW

Posted by Julio Anjos on 20th Maio 2006

o bibliotecário 2.0 (β)

When
books are digitized, reading becomes a community activity. Bookmarks
can be shared with fellow readers. Marginalia can be broadcast.
Bibliographies swapped. You might get an alert that your friend Carl
has annotated a favorite book of yours. A moment later, his links are
yours. In a curious way, the universal library becomes one very, very,
very large single text: the world’s only book.

Seria um problema interessante em termos de programação: um identificador universal de obra  na Biblioteca Universal com granularidade suficiende para ir até ao nível de parágrafo, uma espécie de DOI de cada parágrafo de cada capítulo de cada livro produzido pela humanidade…

E depois esse DOI torna-se uma tag que pode ser catalogada a la technorati! Ou seja, todas as minhas “ruminações” sobre qualquer obra lida e devidamente etiquetada seriam encontradas pesquisando pelo DOI do documento…. Sem ser preciso fazer a marginalia RW. É um simples problema de web service por XML que indica quantos documentos à a referenciar o parágrafo que estamos a ler…

Será possível ver um mapa de “zonas quentes” como o newsmap para ver quais as partes mais “quentes” do livro…

I like the idea!!! Onde está o advogado de patentes mais próximo?

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Scan This Book: Tim O’Reilly

Posted by Julio Anjos on 20th Maio 2006

O’Reilly Radar > Publisher, be very, very afraid?

The one place where I do think Kevin waxed a little too enthusiastic is in his vision of how books can be linked and annotated in the library of the future. We aren’t there yet. The libraries of scanned books that are being built right now are for the most part read-only. People can link to them, but not from them. People can potentially create active reading lists, but for now, they can’t add to the works themselves. That still remains an exercise for the future, and one of the big opportunities for publishers who make that level of reader involvement with the work possible through a more open implementation, or through frameworks that provide additional layers on top of static texts.

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do European FILTER project: aplica-se ao google e ao sonho de digitalização universal

Posted by Julio Anjos on 20th Maio 2006

“Most of us use Google every day, for both our work and for private reasons. If we need information, we should be able to find it in Google. This is our unconscious starting point. But do you know how Goggle searches and what Google filters? Is that what you want – that information is filtered for you? Which sources, which cultures, which languages are not (or only partially) made available via the most commonly used search engines? Are we really aware of this and how can we best react to this situation?”

Sylvia van de Bunt-Kokhuis, project leader of the European FILTER project
World Wide Work : filtering of online content in a globalized world
(2006) Amsterdam, The Netherlands : VU University Press.
ISBN 90 5383 983 6. 240 blz. € 37,50
info [AT] vu-uitgeverij [dot] nl

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A new kind of information specialist for a new kind of learning

Posted by Julio Anjos on 20th Maio 2006

Uma das apresentações para Seoul cujo texto já está disponível na net:

This paper describes the need for a new kind of information specialist in secondary schools. This person has previously been known as the school librarian but due to new developments in education and in the use of ICT within the school itself, a new title of information specialist is more appropriate. In this paper, this person will be called the school information specialist.

Helen Boelens is the Chief Librarian, Kalsbeek College, Woerden, the Netherlands.

Dá para alguém ir pensando cá em Portugal, please….

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