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Three lessons for the industrial Internet

By Mac Slocum
December 19, 2012

The map of the industrial Internet is still being drawn, which means the decisions we’re making about it now will determine the extent to which it shapes our world. With that as a backdrop, Tim O’Reilly (@timoreilly) used his presentation …

Why the eG8 mattered to the future of the Internet and society

Why the eG8 mattered to the future of the Internet and society
By Alex Howard
May 31, 2011

If the Internet has become the public arena for our time, as the official G8 statement emphasized, then experts say we must defend the openness and freedoms that have supported its development.

The Varieties of Openness Worth Wanting in the Cloud

By George Reese
March 27, 2009

All of the vendors in the cloud space have paid lip service to the idea of Openness in the cloud; and most everyone believes that being "Open" is a "good thing". In an environment in which few people agree on the specifics of defining the term "cloud computing", what exactly does it mean to have an Open Cloud?

Open Comparability: boycott and ban products with anti-benchmarking EULAs

By Rick Jelliffe
November 17, 2008

It is time that legislators, regulators and procurement officials put an end to end-user license agreements (EULA) that prevent publication of comparative benchmarks.


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