Articles tagged with transparency


Workforce training and the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness

Yesterday morning, I and others from Red Hat had the great privilege of attending a roundtable with members of the President’s Council on Jobs and...Read more

What open source milestones would you commemorate on the technology calendar?

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Infamous hacker zine 2600 —champion of freedom, transparency, and the technophile's playful spirit—has announced that it's begun compiling the hacker...Read more

Show me my cookies and no one gets hurt.

It’s 2011. Everything we do, say, like, and click on is tracked and known to the higher gods of the inter-webs. At least that’s what my co-workers...Read more

CityCamp: Organizing an unconference for a transparent city government

Organizing an unconference is easy if you've got passionate people with the right talent, leaders with a strong vision, and the right organizational...Read more

Building a scalable open government process

Much of the energy and effort around open government to date has literally been hacked together or leans towards a reactive, transparency watchdog...Read more

Is the future open? Ask a fourteen-year-old.

In a NY Times op-ed , David Hajdu posits that the spate of notable musicians all of the same age (turning 70 this year) is attributable to their...Read more

Want people to embrace the open source way? Don't talk, do.

The June issue of Harvard Business Review features an interesting article by Roger Martin (one of the leading management minds of our time and author...Read more

Bernanke and the Fed: Turning towards open

The Federal Reserve System (FRS, FRB, FED, "the Fed," see Wikipedia ) took form in 1913 when Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act . It established...Read more