We-Think A-Z is the place to see a variety of organizations, people and websites which are a part of the open source movement.
A discussion with Mark Shuttleworth into how a community that is open takes decisions.
A website in which every blog, or website you visit on the indiekarma network, you pay 0.1 dollar, to support the blog or entry you are viewing.
A collection of member generated royalty-free images at low prices which members can download.
Karim R. LakhaniEdit
Karim R. Lakhani is an assistant professor in the Technology and Operations Management Unit at the Harvard Business School. He specializes in the management of technological innovation and product development in firms and communities.
A way of keeping people in touch with new and modern music. You type in an artist you like, and the site will give you other less known artists that have a similar musical style.
Lawrence Lessig website:Edit
An American Academic and currently Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, and founder of its Centre for Internet and Society.
A website in which you can enter what you are reading or your whole library, and the website will then connect you to forums or individuals with similar libraries, or tastes.
'Linux is a free Unix-type operating system originally created by Linus Torvalds with the assistance of developers around the world."
A public diary on themes related to Chris Anderson's book 'Long Tail: Why the future of business is selling less of more'. The book suggests that consumers have moved away from mainstream products and is about the economic attraction of narrowly targeted goods, and services.
"Helps groups of people with shared interests to meet up in places around the world."
"Massively Multiplayer Online Game is a computer game which is capable of supporting hundreds or thousands of players simultaneously, and is played on the Internet."
'A forum for contributors, and readers of the forthcoming book "the mobile audience" by Martin Reiser'
"MP3 Music Downloads - MP3.com offers links to legal digital music downloads from a wide variety of services."
MIT centre of collective intelligenceEdit
"The working definition of collective intelligence that we're using is that collective intelligence is groups of individuals doing things collectively that seem intelligent."
MIT's open courseware initiativeEdit
News and information on the project to make the course materials used in the teaching of virtually all of MIT's courses."
'Direct democracy for people powered politics"
A large open source database.