Next month I will be in Minneapolis to speak about the relationships between p2p/Open(standards, software, education, manufacturing...) and Catholic Social Doctrine at this symposium. I will present a paper titled "Catholic Social Thought and the Openness Revolution: natural travel companions".
I will have some time both before and after the event, so it would be great to meet other people interested in…Continue
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some background on another project I'm working on. A community-managed, completely open secure communication infrastructure for the masses:
GPLv3 is great for Open Innovation, but it is not enough to protect our communication rights
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Open Data, Open Society is a research project about openness of public data in EU local administrations by for the Laboratory of Economics and Management of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa.
The first report of the project, released in October 2010 under a…Continue
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Today, our rights and the overall quality of our life heavily depend on how software is used around us. Quite often, even people who already spend much time online don't realize all the ways in which computer influence their lives. With the Digital Citizens Basic online course I try to explain all this, in the simplest possible way.
This course is quite different from most courses with…Continue
Added by Marco Fioretti on March 17, 2011 at 16:35 — No Comments
As some readers may already know, I regularly follow Open Government and Open Data issues. This month I have started working on a research contract for the Laboratory of Economics and Management (L.E.M.) of the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, in the context of the Dynamics of Institutions and Markets in Europe (DIME)…Continue
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