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An “evidence-based” approach begins to be preferred to ideological beliefs
A Daily Mail stereotype of public sector IT development, or a valid criticism of national /international development activities?
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BK: We should place a 2-year moratorium on http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/web-focus/events/meetings/semantic-web-thinktank-2007-03/large-scale new projects, programmes and initiatives and focus public funds instead on sustained investment in core capacity building small-scale innovation and skills developmentAre Museums Doing It Right?
NP: Significant investment should be made in 3-4 high-value, high-density destination sites such as the 24 Hour Museum which act as 'ambassadors' for our sector in the online environment
BK: Small-scale investment should be made in 3-4 low-cost, high-density mashup sites such as the 24 Hour Museum alongside encouragement to 3rd party 'ambassadors' for our sector (e.g. YouTube).
We’re reliant on large funds from the EU
We have to own the data, the metadata, the software
This Web 2.0 thing is simple to use and can provide lots of benefits!
This doesn’t fit our research agenda
Google might go bankrupt
Adapted from Washington Post cartoon
In reality we’ll probably have both bottom-up and top-down approaches. A challenge will be