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Open*Business: 2011 in Review

The principles of open source continue to have a huge influence on the science of management. Collaboration, transparency, community, and rapid prototyping are used frequently to describe  management innovations that are taking place in companies around the world. We published a great collection open source business stories during 2011--here are...

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Open*Business 2011 Best Images

What's your favorite Open*Business image from 2011? The visual components on opensource.com are an important element to the look and feel of our content. The images help set the tone for the site. The...

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"Shakespeare Goes Social:" How Open Video is Revolutionizing Learning

"Popcorn Shakespeare's" ingeniously simple user experience: watch video of a Shakespeare performance, then move your mouse away at any point to pause the playback and get help with specific terms or passages you don't understand. (e.g., "What does 'Hie thee hither' or 'the golden round' mean?") You can also dig deeper into context or notes from your instructor or peers.

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WebOS is Doomed to Fail

Hewlett-Packard may think it's resuscitating WebOS by turning it into an open-source platform, but the truth is the plug was pulled a long time ago.

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Granicus Hosts CityCampSF Hackathon to Promote Civic Innovation and Open Government

Granicus is partnering with CityCampSF to host a 24-hour Open Government Hackathon in San Francisco, December 11-12th at Granicus Headquarters. The event is bringing together developers and other creative professionals to build applications that deliver valuable resources to the community and help governments run smarter, more transparent operations.

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Inside NYSCATE: Moodle, GIMP, and Other Open Source in Education

As an educator, trained Linux systems administrator, and technology director for a K-12 school district, I have been actively involved with NYSCATE (The New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education), a non-profit organization that works to lead the transformation of teaching and learning through technology. It’s been...

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