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.
NASA information power grid (IPG)Edit
"IPG is a high performance computing and data grid built primarily for use by NASA scientists and engineers"
National Science foundationEdit
NSF is an independent US government agency responsible for promoting science and engineering through research programs and education projects.
A site which gives you a web page in which you can "modify everything: move modules, add new RSS/ATOM feeds, change the parameters for each module, etc, and your modifications are saved in real-time and you'll find your page when you get back on Netvibes.com."
A site, which has millions of MP3's, podcasts, in which you can download or listen too for free.
Oh My NewsEdit
An Online newspaper with the motto "every citizen is a reporter". The majority of articles are written by freelance contributors.
One World HealthEdit
An institute that develops new and affordable medicines for neglected countries.
David Bollier discusses the way in which film through devices like you-tube is changing the face of the film industry.
A platform to share and develop innovative open business ideas" which has "free services and free access."
An "Open education" blog, discussing the benefits of educational opportunity through free resources, and support.
A website that is an "independent online magazine that offers news, and analysis of global politics, democracy, and elections
Open directory projectEdit
Comprehensive human-reviewed directory of the web.
Participatory culture foundationEdit
A website designed to create democratic television through the Internet. You can download/upload videos, and create your own channels through the program "Democracy"
A website in which members can contribute, that studies the impact of "peer to peer technology and thought on society.
Public Intellectual Property for Agriculture (PIPRA)Edit
"PIPRA is an initiative by universities, foundations and non-profit research institutions to make agricultural technologies more easily available for development and distribution of subsistence crops for humanitarian purposes in the developing world and specialty crops in the developed world."
Public Library of Science (PLoS)Edit
"a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource."
Pro Am RevolutionEdit
"A forum for bloggers to share opinions on collaborative, creativity, and "amateur activities."
Red Flag LinuxEdit
"Red Flag Linux, Cluster Server, Webmail Server. Co-founded June 2000 by Software Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences."