sharing

The scientific method: it all starts with a simple, essential question. How can you "know" something? How can we gather knowledge and have confidence in the correctness of such knowledge? The lucubration of many smart minds over the centuries came to refine the following:
2 comments Posted 27 Oct 2011 by Luis Ibanez Feed
What makes a new medium successful?
If you missed Clay Shirky's Open Your World Forum Webcast last week, you may have missed his observation about how new forms of communication succeed or fail. The initial uses of a new medium do not always fortell their ultimate importance.
4 comments Posted 18 Oct 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
What makes a new medium successful?
If you missed Clay Shirky's Open Your World Forum Webcast last week, you may have missed his observation about how new forms of communication succeed or fail. The initial uses of a new medium do not always fortell their ultimate importance.
4 comments Posted 18 Oct 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Beyond car ownership
Americans, by nature, are not inclined to share. We have a culture of ownership—we want our own homes, yards, and even public schools. But if music television, radio commercials, and Bruce Springsteen are good indicators, what we want most of all is our own cars.
2 comments Posted 10 Oct 2011 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
Clay Shirky webcast
Clay Shirky, known for his books Cognitive Surplus and Here Comes Everybody, studies the effects of the Internet on society and economics, and he wants you to think about how you spend your free time. Are you contributing to the trillions of hours of television passively consumed each year? Or are... Read more
2 comments Posted 6 Oct 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Humans have a natural tendency to share and socialize. People have ideas they want to discuss with others, get comments on and build upon. People also love to see, meet and interact with like-minded people and form a team so as to pursue their passions, ideas and dreams. People like to reach out to... Read more
0 comments Posted 5 Aug 2011 by Abhishek Singh Feed
Share
We like to highlight the values of the open source way like collaboration, meritocracy, transparency, and sharing here on opensource.com. We share ideas, best practices, content, images, opinions, and much more. But has "sharing" changed with the increased use of social media?
10 comments Posted 27 Jul 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Though it might seem to contradict the open source way, I believe it is essential for an open source project to register and protect its trademark. Think about it: You spend hours upon hours creating a project, writing code and building a reputation. The code is free, so anyone can use it, but your... Read more
5 comments Posted 12 Jul 2011 by Tarus Balog Feed
I want to conclude this series of columns, in which I’ve written about marketing, pricing, and sales, with a discussion of what might be the most difficult aspect of running an open source business: getting paid.
2 comments Posted 20 Jun 2011 by Tarus Balog Feed
What does it take to find a cure for Alzheimer’s? Can we spare returning soldiers from post-traumatic stress disorder? The moon shot is on collaboration and sharing. And just as in the moon race, the challenge is far too great for a single group to undertake it alone.
0 comments Posted 6 Jun 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed

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