We love talking with readers and hearing from people through our articles and comments--but sometimes you just want to have a conversation. See faces, hear voices, listen in on a real-time discussion.
The best way we've found to do this--and still include nearly everybody--is through online webcasts. So we've had a few. And plan to have a few more. We hope you will join us.
And if you haven't (or can't) and missed something you'd like to see? We'll collect them here in our archives, so you can go back anytime and check them out. Enjoy!
If you're tweeting about the Open Your World forum webcast series, be sure to use the hashtag #oywf to join the conversation.
- We've concluded our webcast series for 2011. Suggest a speaker you'd like to hear in 2012.
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November 17, 2011: Drupal and Linux: Lessons learned for building open source communities
Dries Buytaert, creator of Drupal and co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Acquia
Michael Tiemann, Vice President of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat
October 13, 2011: Open source, the foundation of cognitive surplus
Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody and Cognitive Surplus
August 25, 2011: What's next for MIT OpenCourseWare?
Cecilia d'Oliveira, Executive Director of OpenCourseWare, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
July 7, 2011: Using open data to improve health
Todd Park, CTO, US Department of Health and Human Services
June 22, 2011 Drive and motivation
Daniel Pink, author of Drive
May 19, 2011: Free vs. paid business models: Why and how to build an open source business
Toni Schneider, CEO of Automattic, and Nicolas Pujol, author of The Mindshare Market
April 20, 2011: Free and open source software for music production
Adam Drew, Technical Support Engineer
March 17, 2011: Open Leadership
March 2, 2011: A Game Plan for Game Changers: Practically Radical
Bill Taylor and Polly LaBarre
February 16, 2011: Without Hesitation
General Hugh Shelton
December 9, 2010: Building a Better Boss
Bob Sutton and Polly LaBarre
November 11, 2010: Open services innovation
Henry Chesbrough and Gary Hamel
October 21, 2010: Good Faith Collaboration
September 1, 2010: Open Innovation Revolution