open access

reproducibility in open science
I gave a talk at this year's TEDx Albany event, "Saving Science - Open Up or Perish," where I talked about something that I am very passionate about. For me, TEDx was an opportunity to try out a very different format from my usual technical talks and dig deep down to tell a very general audience... Read more
2 comments Posted 27 Dec 2013 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed
best open source in health and science from 2013
The year 2013 brought great progress for the adoption of open source in the health and science industries. We covered some excellent open source stories, here the highlights from 2013.
0 comments Posted 27 Dec 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
to compete or collaborate
A celebration of the open access movement, Open Access week hosts events that are aimed at highlighting how open access has transformed the landscape of society due to increased access to scientific research.
0 comments Posted 21 Oct 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
open education for girls worldwide
International Day of the Girl is today and a reminder how an open education is critical to the empowerment of women worldwide. In the western world, we often take universal public education for granted. In many parts of the world, however, millions of girls do not attend school and are denied an... Read more
3 comments Posted 11 Oct 2013 by Carolyn Fox Feed
open versus closed business
As a 21st century netzien, you’ve got plenty of choices when it comes to low cost cloud services. Generally, you pick a favorite provider or two and centralize your world around them. For me, that means: Google Voice, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Music, and Dropbox for file syncing and sharing.... Read more
0 comments Posted 9 Oct 2013 by Adam Clater (Red Hat) Feed
compete or collaborate?
A recent study funded by the European Commission and undertaken by analysts at Science-Metrix, a Montreal-based company that assesses science and technology organizations, has concluded that half of all published academic papers become freely available in no more than two years. According to the... Read more
1 comment Posted 7 Oct 2013 by Devon Hanel Feed
open government data
If you live in the southeastern US (aka the Bible Belt) as I do, you’ve probably been to a church revival or two (or twenty). Revival is an event intended to light a fire under the 'faithful,' as opposed to the newcomer. As I sat at NC Datapalooza last week, I felt that I was in a revival, without... Read more
0 comments Posted 19 Sep 2013 by Melanie Chernoff (Red Hat) Feed
hello my name is open source
Selena Deckelmann, a data architect and contributor to PostgreSQL, gave a keynote speech at the Computer Science Teachers Association conference this year called, What open source communities can do for teachers. At the end she encouraged the audience (of teachers) to connect with free and open... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Aug 2013 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
open data weather forecast
I began paragliding a few years ago. It’s maybe the most weather-dependent sport in the world. We often fly in mountainous areas, very close to the ground. We need to know about local effects like thermal updrafts, clouds growth, mountain-breeze, foehn wind, and all sorts of other micro weather... Read more
0 comments Posted 2 Aug 2013 by Nicolas Baldeck Feed
IRS opens data in government
The core task for Danny Werfel, the new acting commissioner of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS), is to repair the agency’s tarnished reputation and achieve greater efficacy and fairness in IRS investigations. Mr. Werfel can show true leadership by restructuring how the IRS handles its tax-... Read more
5 comments Posted 11 Jul 2013 by Beth Noveck Feed

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