Category Archives: Usage Based Billing

CERN brings hardware into the open

It good to see great minds think alike?:) The Open Hardware Repository was inspired by the success of open-source software. (Image courtesy CERN.) Hardware and software go hand in hand – one doesn’t work without the other. Despite being so … Continue reading

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My Hat’s Off too: Open Hardware Movement

Sir Tim, creator of the World Wide Web, pointed to open data and linked data as exciting examples of the way that the Web is promoting transparency of information and looked forward to the time when the current 20 per … Continue reading

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Community Broadband Networks

So here’s the plan. The CRTC made it’s decision…..but we can change that. Municipal television networks? Do we need the integration of big Telecom or can local TV stations newly formed become part of the expression on a international stage … Continue reading

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We Cannot Apply Constraints to Communication?

Is the public winners in decisions that “add more cost” to what should be access to “freedoms of information?” The Cathedral and the Bizarre by Jeff Lewis The problem there is that the ‘capitalist trench’ problem is just as real … Continue reading

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