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Tag Archives: open source
Freedom of Speech 2.0 #freeandopen
Google calls Internet users to Take Action “it is ours and it is free a free and open world depends on a free and open web and a free and open web depends on me” (Google’s Internet Poem) A free and open internet is essential to democracy in the 21st century just as freedom ofContinue reading “Freedom of Speech 2.0 #freeandopen”
Politics and Wikipedia
Wikipedia is currently in fundraiser mode. It reminds of the PBS phone-a-thons of my childhood. But it also reminds me of an interesting component people frequently neglect when discussing social programs and taxes in relation to institutions seen as a “public good.” In the debate over who does a better job of address the needsContinue reading “Politics and Wikipedia”
While it is frequently difficult to identify paradigm shifts as they are happening, I believe I stumbled upon one tonight. My boyfriend, Greg Wright, was telling me about this fascinating new project he discovered that will allow people to interact and play RPGs online in the dynamic new way in a world that is ultimatelyContinue reading “OpenSource-Capitalism”