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What You Should Know About Copyright

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

[orginally posted at Social Synergy, via BoingBoing]

Using Technologies of Cooperation, Knowledge Commons, and Foresight to Avert Pandemic

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

O'Rielly networks published some articles today on using rapid deployment of open source telephony tools to help survive a possible pandemic.

The Shifting Hub

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

A new study by the New England Complex Science Institute looks at the stability of highly connected "hubs" in social networks(quoted from NECSI Press release):

P2P Data, Opendata, WikiData

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

OpenID-Decentralized Open Standards For Online Identity

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

Slashdot | The Case for OpenID

In the wake of the Internet Identity Workshop 2006, people are talking more and more about the idea of an "identity commons" and basing identity around open standards.

OnTheCommons.org Resources

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

On The Commons is a great resource and blog for understanding what a "commons" is.

On The Commons defines a commons this way:

Audience 2.0 Launch!

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

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Be sure to spread the word about the launch of Audience 2.0 magazine!

The magazine is published by participatory media innovator by Micheal Pick.

Consumer Emissions Trading Online

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

[via Smartmobs.com]

Emissions Trading first surfaced in the 1970's in the US, and more recently1990 Acid Rain Program of the Clean Air Act.

The idea was to create a system that issued credits to polluting businesses for any pollution reducing improvements they introduced to their processes. From Wikipedia:

CommunityWikiBank Experiment

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

[Bliki | What is a Bliki?]

CommunityWiki.org defines itself this way:

Collactive: Online Political Swarming

By SamuelRose, 7 years 23 weeks ago.

Earlier in 2006, Aran Reshef and Amir Hirsh folded their unique anti-spam service, Blue Frog, due to a massive cyber-attack that was following them across the Internet.

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