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The Open Source School By Steve Towson
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This book explains how to set up a school computer network including server technologies, websites and learning management systems,
An Open Source Life By Maxime Gamboni
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Ten year old Radhika sees magic and wonder in the smallest and most ordinary thing. In her world, nineteenth century Italian writers live along with tigers in the Indian jungle, stay in tipis and... More > make a living selling gathered roots and berries. Her dad Satyajeet Ghosh, also a writer, believes in logic and reason, not in magic. He tries very hard to tell his daughter how the real world actually is, but she won't listen. One day however she finds a beautiful feather on the beach, and it might help prove her right in the end.< Less
Startups Open Sourced By Jared Tame
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Interviews with 33 startups discussing the most difficult topics entrepreneurs face: creating ideas, validating ideas, finding cofounders, obtaining users, growing revenue, staying motivated,... More > acquisition, and more. Companies interviewed: Grooveshark, reddit, GitHub, foursquare, Airbnb, Weebly, Greplin, AppSumo, Wufoo, Little App Factory, MixPanel, LikeALittle, Djangy, Divvyshot, Justin.TV, Blippy, Bump, WePay, DailyBooth, Gobble, KISSMetrics, Omnisio, Cloudkick, Noteleaf, One Llama, Octopart, Crowdbooster, Listia, Hipmunk, Indinero, OrangeQC, Camino Real, One< Less
Open Source Reality By Evan Collins
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Thesis proposal for a mixed-use educational building on the NYU campus, incorporating the idea of ambient intelligence to derive spatial modulation in the active public core.
An Open World: Stories from the Open Source Community By opensource.com
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At opensource.com, our mission is to shine a light on the places where the open source way is magnifying ideas and multiplying effort. And we remain especially interested in topics beyond... More > technology—developments in areas like business, education, government, health, law, and everyday life. This collection offers some of our most empowering stories. From the trenches. From the library. From the cubicle. From the capitol. From the classroom and the boardroom and the courtroom. These are our community members—and perhaps you could be in the next edition.< Less
Open Source for You, March 2016 By EFY Enterprises Pvt Ltd
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March issue of Open Source For You focuses on Open Source Databases, Big Data and DIYs.
The Open Source Digest Vol. 2 By Boll Murry
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THE OPEN SOURCE DIGEST publishes freely available, out of copyright material from the public domain. Compiled into an easily replicated, adaptable, low budget format, It focusses not only on the... More > immediate formal concerns, but also on an appropriate overall treatment of the content. It serves as an example of one of many ways of processing a digital resource into an accessible physical artifact. THE OPEN SOURCE DIGEST aims to highlight publishing values, question current production models and explore copyright issues, by employing print publishing as a tool for active critical inquiry.< Less
Applying Open Source Systems to Government By opensource.com
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At opensource.com, we look at the intersection of open source and government, with a special focus on the ways governments adopt and release new technologies and can cultivate open source... More > communities. We document the way that open source principles—participation, transparency, collaboration, sharing, meritocracy, community, and rapid prototyping—have enormous value beyond the technology sector. Citizen movements around open voting, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request tracking, and even crowdsourced legislation, represent a growing trend of open source principles within government. This collection features stories about government initiatives around the world, from the first two years of opensource.com. They illustrate the impact of open source on government and vice versa. There is a long journey left and we hope you'll share your experiences with us.< Less
Open Source Yearbook 2015 hardcover By opensource.com
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The 2015 Open Source Yearbook is a community-contributed collection of the year's top open source projects, people, tools, and stories. Topics covered include Linux, LibreOffice, ownCloud, Raspberry... More > Pi, open source community, leadership, Drupal, open hardware, 3D printing, programming, and more.< Less
Open Source Yearbook 2015 paperback By opensource.com
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The 2015 Open Source Yearbook is a community-contributed collection of the year's top open source projects, people, tools, and stories. Topics covered include Linux, LibreOffice, ownCloud, Raspberry... More > Pi, open source community, leadership, Drupal, open hardware, 3D printing, programming, and more.< Less