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If you haven't heard a keynote about the wonders of the cloud, you haven't been to an open source conference lately. But Mårten Mickos' LinuxCon cloud keynote was more than that--it was really a freedom keynote. "FOSS has an 'F' as in freedom, and in fun, and the future," Mickos said. "Many of us... Read more
1 comment Posted 19 Aug 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Clay Shirky, known for his books Cognitive Surplus and Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations
3 comments Posted 19 Aug 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Last week, the Iceland Constitutional Council, made up of 25 Icelandic citizens, presented a bill to their parliament outlining a new constitution. The bill contains 114 articles in nine chapters, and includes elements for a more open government. It appears that the population will be given the... Read more
3 comments Posted 3 Aug 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Last week, the Iceland Constitutional Council, made up of 25 Icelandic citizens, presented a bill to their parliament outlining a new constitution. The bill contains 114 articles in nine chapters, and includes elements for a more open government. It appears that the population will be given the... Read more
3 comments Posted 3 Aug 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
The Open Source Food panel raised a diverse and complicated array of ideas about what exactly open source is and how it can be applied to food from software, hardware, social, and research perspectives. The conversation began by talking about how large amounts of information about where, who, and... Read more
2 comments Posted 19 Jul 2011 by The Experimental Gourmand Feed
Twitter offers customer service access on problems that you couldn't have reached before: the little things. (I've heard they count.) There's a huge opportunity for companies to interact with their customers in a way they haven't before, but a lot of them are still ignoring it. Or worse, they... Read more
4 comments Posted 15 Jul 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
I’ve written before about the genuine renaissance open source software represents and the vast implications that openness provides. I’ve admitted that computer science, based on its relative unwillingness to share great ideas, has lagged behind other hard sciences in its understanding of how and... Read more
2 comments Posted 11 Jul 2011 by Brian Gentile Feed
After the recent economic crash, many governments had to overhaul both financial structure and fiscal regulation. The majority, including the US government, formed a plan of attack using the same bureaucratic and economic venues in use for centuries. Politicians come to the table with plans and... Read more
3 comments Posted 7 Jul 2011 by Dave Maki Feed
"There is no standard Google anymore," says Eli Pariser in a recent TED talk. And he's right. Try it. Google the same thing as the person sitting next to you and compare the results. Chances are, they're different. According to Pariser, that's because Google uses as many as 57 different signals to... Read more
6 comments Posted 1 Jul 2011 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
Today in his Open Source Bridge keynote, Mayor Sam Adams of Portland, OR announced Project City Sync, the next step in making local and regional governments more transparent. Adams called on the attendees to help put coherence to city work, to help link up governments, and to put some framework to... Read more
0 comments Posted 23 Jun 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed

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