— Cybercrimes & Safety Strategies for Internet Librarians
- 10:00 a.m.
Crimes & Misdemeanors
online spammers, scammers, and stalkers is not on the top of the list for
most Internet librarians, but it should be as we work with our clients
in many different environments. This thought-provoking keynote alerts us
to the dangers and suggests some key strategies for safe workplaces, encryption,
computer protection, and protecting children. Our entertaining speaker
has learned these strategies firsthand and shares her experiences and knowledge.
— Digital Information: Real-Time, Immersive, & Intelligent
- 9:45 a.m.
IN3.ORG, The International Informatics Institute
Knowledge is on
the move, immersing us in facts, figures, and opinions delivered through
a continuous digital media tide on TV, on the Web, in our car computers,
and via our pocket PCs. Media technologist Jack Powers takes us on a guided
tour of the developing real-time media universe, from the networked multimedia
home to pocket digital libraries, from instant wireless access to intelligent
information robots. You'll see what smart businesses are deploying today,
what leading developers are planning for the next few years, and what visionary
academics foresee as the long-term future of information online.
— Evolving Internet Technologies: Search Engines
- 9:45 a.m.
Calafia Consulting, & Creator of Search Engine Watch
This keynote, by
one of the world's leading authorities and Internet pioneers, is sure to
be a favorite. Danny Sullivan examines changes to major Web searching tools
over the past year and provides tips about what we should be looking for
in the year to come.