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Wikipedia is among the world's most widely recognized examples of mass collaboration. Most people also know Wikipedia is open for anyone to contribute. But what does open mean? What are the rules? Who writes them? And how do they solve inevitable disputes over content?
5 comments Posted 21 Sep 2010 by Jonathan Opp Feed
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5 comments Posted 20 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
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5 comments Posted 20 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
GROUND LAB is a research and development company focused on designing and fabricating prototypes and solutions for a wide range of clients, ranging from large organizations like UNICEF to smaller NGOs, conservationists and artists. To prototype and build solutions for these varied challenges... Read more
0 comments Posted 16 Sep 2010 by Justin Downs Feed
I've never been much for clubs. When I was young, I made a lousy cub scout. I wasn't a real "joiner" in high school or college either (just enough to get by) and I still don't get actively involved in many professional associations today. But I'm a sucker for a noble mission. I find myself getting... Read more
7 comments Posted 15 Sep 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
I'm usually a fairly upbeat person, but there's something that never fails to depress me: the misappropriation of ideas. Don't misunderstand; I'm all about sharing. But I also believing in giving credit where it's due. And in the business world, these two ideas often seem to be at odds with one... Read more
9 comments Posted 14 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
Robyn Bergeron gave a Friday talk at Ohio LinuxFest titled "OM NOM - Open marketing--not obscure marketing." This post is based on her talk. Marketing is typically done in a room of people who are removed from those who develop the things they're marketing. Open marketing (not obscured marketing!)... Read more
1 comment Posted 10 Sep 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
“To get good ideas, you need lots of ideas.” This quote by Linus Pauling is a popular one among companies who hope to gain or maintain competitive advantage by continuously innovating. It’s also a concept at the very heart of open source development. If you’re reading this, I would venture to... Read more
3 comments Posted 9 Sep 2010 by John Adams (Red Hat) Feed
Recently Bob Sutton, author of Good Boss, Bad Boss, received a suspicious request via email:
0 comments Posted 8 Sep 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
After the success of our Open Your World webcast forum in May, we decided to make it a regular event. We're starting the series with Stefan Lindegaard, author of Open Innovation Revolution. The following are a few of the highlights from his talk. You can download a PDF of the slides from the talk... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 Sep 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed

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