ENTRIES TAGGED "sharing"
Artist Nina Paley on pushing the boundaries of copyright.
"Sita Sings the Blues" creator Nina Paley explains her "intellectual disobedience" stance on copyright and notes that current copyright laws are "completely out of touch with human behavior."
The 1940 census makes its data debut, and the White House shows off its data initiative.
In this week's data news, the National Archives releases the data from the 1940 Census, the federal government outlines its big data plans, and an app uproar leads to good thinking on privacy and sharing.
A vote against frictionless sharing, a look at cloud security threats, and why the open sourcing of Data.gov matters.
This week on O'Reilly: Mike Loukides explained why there's little value in frictionless sharing, Jeffrey Carr examined the significant security threats attached to cloud services, and we learned why the open sourcing of Data.gov is an important milestone for open government.
Lisa Gansky on why businesses need to embrace sharing and open systems.
Closed systems and applications have big supporters, but the push for sharing and openness has momentum as well. Author and Web 2.0 Summit speaker Lisa Gansky calls this movement "The Mesh," and in this Q&A she explains how an open mindset creates a competitive advantage.