2014-03-01 Open Source Everything Daily


We’re playing around. None of the RSS / curation offerings are satisfactory.

IADB CirclesNOTE: If the line is blank, this means that if you or your friends write an article on line using that phrase, it will make it into our next listing. One of the reasons we are doing this is to show opportunities for writing about opens that are not properly covered by the mainstream media.

Autonomous Internet.

Crowd Funding. Equity crowd-funding eyed for SD start-ups

Crowd Sourcing. Free Form Friday: A Minor Crowd Sourcing Experiment.

Liberation Technology.

Open Access.  Northern Minnesota newspaper publisher wins open-access award

Open Architecture.


Open Budget.

Open Cloud. IBM Enters Post-Silicon Era, Bets Future on the Cloud

Open Coalition.

Open Content.

Open Culture. Opening Sentences From Great Novels, Diagrammed: Lolita, 1984 & More

Open Data. Open Data Day sees more government transparency

Open Democracy. Exclusive: ‘Ukrainian assets owned or used by ousted President Viktor Yanukovych hidden behind trail of firms with links to UK’

Open Design.

Open Ecology.

Open Education. Librarians left in the dark

Open Election.

Open Electronics.

Open Environment. Virgin boss calls for open skies

OpenFlow. Is SDN your next security nightmare?

Open Government. Open data is putting fear into local government

Open Hardware. Raspberry Pi marks 2nd birthday with plan for open source graphics driver

Open Innovation. Beyond Open Innovation – Co-Innovation

Open Knowledge. Librarians left in the dark

Open Manufacturing.

Open Materials.

Open Media. The Lesley University Adjunct Faculty Union Victory: Why It Matters

Open Meetings. City skirts Open Meetings laws to discuss Trotter


Open Money.

Open Network. Open Platform fosters network function virtualization adoption.

Open Politics.

Open Records. Kansas House approves bill that would open arrest records

Open Religion.

Open Repositories.

Open Science.

Open Security.

Open Software.

Open Spectrum.

Open Standards.

Open Textbooks.

True Cost. True cost of ‘free parking’ raises hackles



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