Andy helps CEOs, management teams, and their investors build successful organizations. Regionally, he’s been a pioneer in providing business-minded legal counsel and strategic advice to high-tech companies since 1979. On the global stage, he’s represented, and usually helped launch, more than 135 worldwide standard setting, open source, promotional and advocacy consortia, including some of the largest and most influential standard setting organizations in the world. His clients of both types rely on his experience and vision in making their own business and strategic decisions. Andy writes regularly on open source and open standards issues at the ConsortiumInfo.orgStandards Blog. You can follow him there and on Twitter @Adversego.

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Red suitcase with container outline

Open source projects need to get serious about including standards in their deliverables.
Open innovation

Last week Peter Levine, former XenXource CEO and current Andreesen Horowitz partner, wrote an...
Open ethernet cords.

If you read the technology press lately, odds are you already know about the launching of the...
open source button on keyboard

Governments certainly have more than enough to concern themselves with these days—financial crises...
A document flying away

According to a press release issued by the Portuguese Open Source Business Association, the...

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Summer reading list

13 books to inform and entertain you during the long, lazy days of summer.