Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations


Posts with a open theme

BECTA recommends open source networks for schools

Open source software can save money for schools compared with Microsoft networks, but the real benefits are not financial – they are educational

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Licensing online software

Thinking about software licensing for a small ISV and the issue of open sourcing

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Different models for engaging with government online

How would you like your e-government?

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Top 10 Open Source Tools for eActivism

link to useful guide to open source e-activism tools

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Fallibilism and the open enterprise

Mark McElroy’s paper Understanding ‘The New Knowledge Management’ makes a case for KM helping to create the Open Enterprise (cf. Popper’s Open Society)

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MySociety: DIY civic engagement – an incubator for online civil society projects

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Survey of some Open Content initiatives

Web Tools newsletter surveys some current debates and initiatives relating to open source content

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Open source limitations and potential

Felix Stalder on open source as a social movement and also the limitations of current open source development methodology

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a new open access knowledge management resource

David Weinberger links to – now open access

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open source e-Learning System

link to open source e-learning platform

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