Technologies Archive on Public Intelligence (1992-2006)

Technologies

2006

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Technology Arnold The Google Legacy

2005

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Technology CISCO CISCO Application Oriented Network One-Pager

2005

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Technology CISCO CISCO Application Oriented Network Executive IT Overview

2005

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Technology Steele GSA Roundtable on IT Innovation

2004

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Technology Anonymous Semantic Web Presentation

2004

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Technology Anonymous Semantic Web Architecture and Applications

2004

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Technology Anonymous Semantic Web Non-Memo

2004

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Technology Arnold The Information Technology Marketplace

2004

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Technology Arnold Table of Contents for Enterprise Search Book

2004

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Technology GAO Report on the Global Information Grid and DoD

2004

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Technology Gill Open Spectrum as the Third Open

2004

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Technology Gill Wireless Grid: The Possibilities

2004

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Technology Guest Commentary on GAO Report on DoD Global Information Grid

2004

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Technology Steele Commentary of GAO Report on DoD Global Information Grid

2003

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Technology Arnold One Machine…One View

2003

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Technology Hock The Open-ness of the Internet

2002

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Technology Arnold Nomadic Computing

2002

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Technology Steele NSA in Las Vegas: New Craft: What Should the T Be Doing to the I in IT?

2002

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Technology Steele NSA in Las Vegas: New Craft (Alternative Copy)

2002

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Technology Stratton In-Q-Tel

1999

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Technology Arnold Intelligence Management and the Bottom Line

1998

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Technology Arnold The Changing Intelligence Environment

1998

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Technology Arnold The Future of Online

1997

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Technology Arnold Technology Vectors: 1998 and Beyond

1997

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Technology Mani MITRE: Search Engine Technologies

1997

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Technology Maybury MITRE: Knowledge Management

1996

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Technology Ruh Optimizing Corporate Capital Through Information Technology

1994

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Technology Englebart Toward High-Performance Organizations: A Strategic Role for Groupware

1992

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Technology McConnell The Future Federal Information Infrastructure

1992

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Technology Rheingold Tools for Thinking & Virtual Reality: Our Info EcoSystem

1988

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Technology Steele Generic Intelligence Center Production Requirements

2004 Gill (US) Open Wireless Spectrum and Democracy

Civil Society, Collective Intelligence, Historic Contributions, Technologies
Jock Gill
Jock Gill

Jock Gill served President Bill Clinton as a communications specialist, and has gone on to reflect deeply on public communications as the inherent foundation of democracy.  As part of that process he has recognized–and taught us and others–that open spectrum as championed by David Weinberger is an inherent “need” for full and open public communications.

Below are two documents, the first is his presentation notes from OSS ’04, and the second is the first page linking to David Weingerger’s seminal White Paper that was also published as a chapter in COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE: Creating a Prosperous World at Peace.  The Frog leads to the original online; the page on the right to the printable version of the chapter.

Gill Paper

Open Spectrum Original
Open Spectrum Original
Open Spectrum Chapter
Open Spectrum Chapter