Protect yourself.

War Cyberspace, Cybersecurity, Cyber Warfare Protect yourself. Protect yourself.  McAfee 2017 Total Protection - 5 Devices [Online Code] $24.99$79.99  (245)  Webroot Internet Security Complete + Antivirus 2017 |… $36.00  (1060)  Norton Security Deluxe 5 Device PC/Mac $39.99$79.99  (2900)  SOFTWARE to block RANSOMWARE -- VEEDogTM… $29.95$69.95  (11) All Search Amazon  Go Ads by Amazon   How do we stop Russia’s and China’s cyber-meddling in our affairs?  Should this be considered an act of war? > Big Questions Do you have nothing to hide?  Are you sure? Should the NSA be broken up? big ideas  Are we moving towards a surveillance state? in general: anti-surveillance: Electronic Frontier Foundation | russian cyber espionage: Fancy Bear | you’ve been hacked: Peace | ransomware: KeRanger | conferences & training: blackhat | critical infrastructure: carmaggedon | cyber armies | education & awareness: esetfoundation, Natonal Cyber Security Hall of Fame | news & analysis: Schneier on Security | Amnesia Carey | Cybersecurity and Cyberwar Singer | Cyber War Clarke | Intelligence Gathering and the Unowned Internet Berkman | The Director Ignatius

Absorption of new technologies accelerates

big picture Technology Who are the world's most valuable tech companies? We wanted flying cars, instead we got 140 characters founders fund Is it evil? How fast is technology accelerating? - The Universe was created 13.8 billion years ago - Humans arrived 200,000 years ago - Machines arrived 100 years ago - What’s the next milestone? Development of Technology Elements of Technology Fields of Technology  in general: mapping the future: Metaculus > Future | early adoption: leveling the playing field | kids: uTech | news: re/code

Digital


Library card catalog

Preservation of Knowledge Libraries (Disruption) Public libraries will face significant DISRUPTION in the coming years and forward-looking staffs and boards will have to rethink what a library does and looks like including re-purposing space and monetizing certain assets and transactions for the library to remain relevant and financially sustainable. sp History 21st century advocacy: EveryLibrary, Little Free Libraries censorship: Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom 2001 Patriot Act: Library Provision > Constitution Kinds of Libraries Library architecture Library materials digital content free: The Internet Archive magazines: zinio streaming: hoopla human libraries: Human Library Interlibrary relations The Library profession and professional financial sustainability: local fundraising campaigns issues: Homeless organizations: Center for the Future of Libraries | IMLS in general: Let this be a holy place for the human spirit, consecrated to the forces which magnify the soul. James | copyright | Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) | fair use | Micro-libraries: Little Free Library sharing | beautiful: The 25 Most Beautiful College Libraries in the World, 20 Beautiful Private and Personal Libraries | net neutrality | patrons | privacy | sustainability: Free For All: Inside the Public Library Library Disruption sp: artisan: fablab, makery, TechShop | board: elected vs appointed | books-on-shelves | browsing: large interactive touch screens | community hub | conference rooms: fees | co-working: space, kitchen, MOOCs, studios (art, dance) | crowd sourcing | director: dashboard, performance review | energy management: solar | fast failures | financials: consolidate all accounts | forums: Center for the Future of Libraries | FriendsShop: new books, used books | monetization: fixed vs. variable, transactions | parking: fees | payment systems: micro-transactions | Pop-Ups: design, dioramas, fab, media labs, product demonstration, studios (art & dance) | self-publishing: Digital Rights Management, print-on-demand | software: coding | strategic planning: Harwood Institute | transactions | visualization: 3D books, articles, presentations: Banned Books Doyle | Library as Infrastructure Mattern | digital disruption: Public library engagement in the United States Zickuhr

Library card catalogs still stand (NYC Central Library, Bryant Park) like museum artifacts made obsolete by the disruption of technology. -sp