This is a streaming screencast of a presentation I did to the Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies Board of Advisors. Nothing new for folks in the library world.
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terabyte, petabyte, exabyte… I learned quite a few things from your presentation, thanks. But I think it’s key to “dissect” what’s in the data, like Google rank them in terms relevance. Libraries did a great job in storing and indexing all the books, but when you deal with that vast amount of data, you need a way to organize it to make it useful.
28 exabytes! Wow, … good time to be in the hard drive or SSD business!
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