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WhoaVerse for social communities, built on open source

WhoaVerse is an open source platform for creating social media communities where users apply democratic principles to shape the content.Read more

EveryVote: An open source platform with a side of democratic collaboration

EveryVote: An open source platform with a side of democratic collaboration
You want to get more involved with your government, but the red tape and politics are overwhelming. Maybe you just want "the facts" to make your own...Read more

Louis C.K. and the DIY DVD experiment

Louis C.K. and the DIY DVD experiment
The answer to stabilizing content and price is letting artists retain greater control of their work. Louis C.K. likes to do things himself. He likes...Read more

Did the SOPA blackout work? (And was it really a blackout?)

Did the SOPA blackout work? (And was it really a blackout?)
Yesterday I posted screenshots of 127 websites that “blacked out” to protest the SOPA and PIPA legislation before the US Congress. Another site I...Read more

Making it easier to share

Starting two weeks ago, you might have noticed some shiny new objects on the site. In fact, some of you have already been distracted by them. Others...Read more

What do you think about the share buttons we've added?

Starting two weeks ago, you might have noticed some shiny new objects on the site. In fact, some of you have already been distracted by them. Others of you might not have noticed at all. So we're making sure. We finally added share buttons to each article. Specifically, we added buttons for Twitter, identi.ca, reddit, StumbleUpon, and Facebook. The suggestion came during our first Open Your World webcast series with Stefan Lindegaard . During the pre-call, Stefan said something to the effect of, “Why don't you just put a big Twitter button on the page so I can share this content.” So we did.Read more