OpenSource: And How It Will Bridge Economic, Social, and Digital Divides
Beneath the radar, a movement is taking shape that has enormous potential for tomorrow’s global society. Governments in China, Switzerland, and Libya have given this movement legitimacy. It is called OpenSource. With the right interventions, it might be changing an urban community near you.
This article offers a practical look at this technological innovation and what it means for America’s inner cities and under-resourced communities.
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Author: Kenneth D. Price.
Original Date: February 24, 2009.
Length: 8 pages.
Reference No.: GRG20090224-C948T.
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