From Nine Inch Nails to Star Trek, open source principles are represented in much of pop culture. Ruth Suehle, community marketing leader for the Fedora Project and moderator of the Life channel at opensource.com, found this to be a great approach when explaining the open source way to people who don’t know much (or don’t want to know much) about it’s humble beginnings in software. Opensource.com covers the ways open source is far-reaching, into the areas of business, education, government, health, law, and life.
Ponoko — the hub of a global personal manufacturing eco-system that brings together creators, digital fabricators, materials suppliers and buyers to make almost anything Don Christie introduces the finalists in […]
Google Tech Talks February, 25 2008 ABSTRACT We all love to hate large software systems. They are hard to build, hard to evolve, and don’t work very well. Why is […]
This is an interesting chat by David Cuartielles about open source and the virtues of open source hardware in particular. Mr. Cuartielles David is a microchip engineer from Spain, an […]
The Google team answers questions about Blink. Here are the timecodes for the list of questions from the Chrome Site. 1:12 What will be the relationship between the WebKit and […]