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On Wednesday, September 1, opensource.com will be hosting a webcast with Stefan Lindegaard, one of the world's leading experts on open innovation.
0 comments Posted 25 Aug 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
This week, those smart folks over at IDEO launched a new project they are calling OpenIDEO. If you aren't familiar with IDEO yet, you should be—they are the poster children for design thinking specifically and 21st century innovation more generally.
2 comments Posted 5 Aug 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Building a community is core to all open source projects. In fact, an open source project that lacks a community is likely missing the point of being open source. So what happens when your open project is designed to create communities?
1 comment Posted 21 Jul 2010 by Travis Kepley (Red Hat) Feed
A few months ago, I had the opportunity to meet Jim Gilmore, co-author (with Joseph Pine) of the book Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want. I first read the book a few years ago, and it really struck a nerve for me—these guys were on to something. So I convinced Jim to subject himself to a Five... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 May 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Open source is an interesting thing to say the least. In fact, that's quite an understatement. Allow me to explain:
4 comments Posted 3 May 2010 by Travis Kepley (Red Hat) Feed
Here at opensource.com, we aspire to take principles the open source software movement has applied to building better software faster and find more uses for them in business, education, government, the law, and generally in our lives.
2 comments Posted 28 Apr 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Years ago when I interned at Red Hat, the company had an intranet traffic competition. Employees were encouraged to create or improve their page on the intranet, then post a link that told why you should visit. The person with the most traffic at the end of the week would win a prize. I don't... Read more
24 comments Posted 25 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
Years ago when I interned at Red Hat, the company had an intranet traffic competition. Employees were encouraged to create or improve their page on the intranet, then post a link that told why you should visit. The person with the most traffic at the end of the week would win a prize. I don't... Read more
24 comments Posted 25 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
Jaron Lanier is certainly getting his share of press lately.  His latest guest starring role: a rant in Monday's very special episode of L. Gordon Crozier's technology column for the Wall Street Journal.  Seems like Lanier is becoming a go-to guy when one is in need of a sound bite denouncing "free... Read more
25 comments Posted 3 Mar 2010 by Greg DeKoenigsberg Feed
There are a few interesting things to talk about surrounding free and open textbooks. Quality is one. Usability is another. Why to write one (and/or, why not) is certainly critical. But where can you find these disruptive, open texts?
3 comments Posted 5 Feb 2010 by Matt Jadud Feed

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