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Resolve to be more open in 2013

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It's a new year, with new opportunities for the open source way to change and innovate life, education, government, business, health, and law. For...Read more

How do you resolve to be more open in 2013?

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It's a new year, with new opportunities for the open source way to change and innovate life, education, government, business, health, and law. For each of us as individuals, 2013 is a chance to resolve to be more open. Check out these ways to start this New Year's resolution off right, and in the comments below tell us how you plan to practice openness.Read more

What are you doing over the holidays?

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Happy Holidays from opensource.com! We hope that you have a great break (if you get one!) and spend some time doing the things you like most. Many of...Read more

What do you plan on doing the MOST over the holidays?

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Happy Holidays from opensource.com! We hope that you have a great break (if you get one!) and spend some time doing the things you like most. Many of us will spend it doing a mix of activites, like:Read more

Like an open book: Your 2012 summer reading

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Summer has settled firmly upon opensource.com headquarters in Raleigh—just as it has throughout the rest of the United States —but our team has...Read more

Free, open ebook offers ideas for rebooting American government

How would you reboot American government?
In 2008, representatives of the Personal Democracy Forum sent dozens of writers, pundits, politicians, entrepreneurs, researchers, and think-tankers...Read more

Our summer reading list: Wizards, generals, startups, and copies

It's the heat of summer here in North America, so it's time to reprise our summer reading list with this year's choices. Some are recent releases;...Read more

Poll: Your reading preferences

We're eager to learn about our readers. Leave some comments on how we can improve things for you.Read more