collaboration

Introducing the Last Language Textbook
How do you build free language education in every language, for everyone? This is the central question that motivates our work at Wikiotics and today we unveil the first step toward that goal. We call it "The Last Language Textbook."
0 comments Posted 21 Jun 2012 by Ian Sullivan Feed
teacher/learner
This academic year was my first year as assistant professor in the ISIGK (المعهد العالي للإعلامية و التصرف بالقيروان‬ | Tunisia). I enjoy teaching in this institute and being in Kairouan for many personal and professional reasons. Here I will talk about the benefits of using Fedena, a School... Read more
2 comments Posted 15 Jun 2012 by Salah Triki Feed
An architecture of participation
What happens when half of the world's population lives in cities? When over three billion people are online? When there are more than 15 billion connected devices? Old organizational models hit end-of-life. People behave differently. Organizations behave differently. What worked in the old world... Read more
0 comments Posted 13 Jun 2012 by Marten Mickos Feed
Open source meets capitalism
The internet has had a profound effect on many areas of commerce. One area the internet has not yet had a profound affect upon is how people are organized to perform work. We believe this is about to change and change dramatically. TopCoder is an early example of a ‘pure internet’ model which... Read more
0 comments Posted 8 Jun 2012 by Jim McKeown Feed
Sharing the path to success with your employees
I believe that the future success for businesses to attract and retain top talent relies on a more open management and leadership approach. The workforce is evolving and the new employee is part of a major change affecting not only how we hire and who we hire, but how our companies operate on a... Read more
1 comment Posted 7 Jun 2012 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
Open source is like sharing a recipe
I love listening to open source gurus explain open source to those who have never encountered it, and especially to those with little computing background. In conversations with folks who may have never heard the term 'source code,' open source advocates don't typically have recourse to related... Read more
24 comments Posted 1 Jun 2012 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
GovHack, GovCamp, GovJam aim to advance Gov 2.0 in Australia
Not one, but three upcoming events will bring more open government to Australia over the course of a week. GovHack, GovCamp, and GovJam will collectively allow citizens to interact with the public sector to collaborate, innovate, and share--advancing Gov 2.0 by using government data in new ways.
0 comments Posted 31 May 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
lightbulbs
There’s a Southern expression that goes, "Says easy, does hard." In this case, it’s easy to say that your company is focused on collaboration and ideas. But many executives conflate the terms "collaboration" and "consensus." Seeking consensus and creating a democracy of ideas is not what we at Red... Read more
0 comments Posted 29 May 2012 by Jim Whitehurst (Red Hat) Feed
A look inside Code for America
Last week while I was in San Francisco for the Open Source Business Conference I stopped by to visit  Code for America. I arranged some office time a few weeks ago when I was planning my travel. This wasn’t just another office tour; this is where web geeks, city experts, and technology industry... Read more
0 comments Posted 28 May 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Flarf and the prospect of open source poetry
From the beginnings of human literature, there has been an instinct to identify with the community, the collective, more than with any individual author. Many of our most valuable texts have been created by social groups and belong to those groups. Multiple, anonymous authorship brought China its... Read more
5 comments Posted 25 May 2012 by Aaron Belz Feed

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