20120626 Open Source Everything Highlights



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Are You Ready For The Open Mobile Era?

Assessment finds 23% of countries in Open Government Partnership have not submitted an Action Plan

Data.gov to spin off cities.data.gov

Empowered (Open) DCIM Manages More than just Power

Generating Open Courseware using Podcasting, Screencasting, Blogs and Games

Integrating the (World) Bank’s Open Data

Kilmartin Praises New Open Records Law

Open Access for Open Knowledge: An Interview with Keita Bando

Open Capitalist Collaboration Tools


Open Source Big Data Technologies Set to Change the Web

Open Source, the Fuel for Cloud Disruption

Open Spectrum: Person we like: Ted Hahs

Open Spirituality / Religion / Theology Forum

Open standards for learning – lots of links!

Open Standards: We Need To Create Collaboration Between Citizens And Governments To Make Cities Best Serve Everyone

Open Textbooks, Saving Over 50%, and Learning the Same Amount of Science

Reasoning and open data

Review (Guest): The Open Source Everything Manifesto – Transparency, Truth & Trust

Russia set to conduct surveillance flyover to inspect Canada’s military, industrial infrastructureScience as an open enterprise

Science as an open enterprise

Supporting Open Science in Europe: OpenAIRE and OpenAIREplus

Talking about Open Data with the President of the World Bank

The future of cloud computing: 9 trends for 2012

The (somewhat) latest developments in open data

Two Citizen Scientists Win First Bay Area Open Science Challenge

UNESCO 2012 World Open Education Resources Congress opens with key supporters

VA awards $4.9M contract to support open source tech

VIDEO: Open Science – I welcome the Royal Society’s report

VIDEO: Friedrich Lindenberg, Open Knowledge Foundation: Some data is available. But some data is not!

VIDEO: Why Open Education matters?

What is the future of Open Access Publishing?

Why We’re Fighting for an Open Cloud

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