Category Archives: Open Bibliographic Data

Talk at UKSG 2011 Conference

Yesterday, I was up in Harrogate at the UKSG (UK Serials Group) annual conference to speak in a keynote session on Open Bibiliograpy and Open Bibliographic Data. I’ve posted the slides online and iframed below. Outline Over the past few years, there has an explosive growth in open data with significant uptake in government, research […]

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The Public Domain in 2011

According to http://publicdomainworks.net/ (which I helped build) there were 661 people whose works entered the public domain in 2011: http://publicdomainworks.net/stats/year/2011 Of course, I should immediately state that this is a fairly crude calculation based on a simple life+70 model and therefore not applicable to e.g. the US with its 1923 cut-off (for those interested in […]

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