I just gave a talk for World IA Day at U Mich in lovely Ann Arbor entitled “Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA.” Below are the slides, followed by links to the resources I mentioned in the talk. (Apologies for comical looking fonts: they seem to have gotten messed up when uploading to SlideShare.)
- The Logic of Scientific Discovery [full text, pdf] by Karl Popper, 1959 (English translation of Logik der Forschung, 1934)
- “Three Worlds”, talk by Karl Popper Delivered at The University of Michigan, April 7, 1978
- “Undiscovered Public Knowledge” by Don Swanson, 1986. (See also: “On the Fragmentation of Knowledge, the Connection Explosion, and Assembling Other People’s Ideas,” ASIST Bulletin, March 2001)
- “Good Data Won’t Guarantee Good Decisions,” by Shvetank Shah, Andrew Horne, and Jaime Capellá, HBR, April 2012.
- Hans Roslings TED Talk
- “Data Scientist: The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century,” by Thomas Davenport & D.J. Patil, HBR, October 2012.
- “Why Nonexperts Are Better At Disruptive Innovation,” by Naveen Jain, Inc., July 2012.