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[Osdc-list] Google, acquisitions, OpenIDEO , and killing dinosaurs | opensource.com review – Vol 2 Issue 11

A good start to August. Here is your weekly glimpse of what’s happening on opensource.com

One small thing that you can do this week to help:
* Help us find some new writers, see http://opensource.com/life/writing-topics for a list of specific and general topics

What is opensource.com? A community for exploring how open source principles like collaboration, transparency, and meritocracy are influencing innovation beyond technology–shaping education, law, business, government, and everyday life.

The opensource.com team want to provide you with a weekly snapshot about what’s happening on the site and remind you of some of the ways that you can participate.

Google and the culture of participation
by Jason Hibbets

Marketing software skills
by Karlie Robinson

Can open business practices survive an acquisition?
by John Adams

OLPC and FOSS RIT--Education innovation the open source way
by bascha

Open source science fiction:  Thoughtcrime Experiments
by bascha

Is your culture made of gold or fool's gold?
by Chris Grams

Why incentives don't work in education—or the business world
by Rebecca Fernandez

OpenIDEO: a new experiment in open innovation
by Chris Grams

How to kill a dinosaur in 3 easy steps
by Travis Kepley

Jason Hibbets, RHCE :: Twitter: @jhibbets
Project Manager | Brand Communications + Design
Red Hat :: 1801 Varsity Drive :: Raleigh, NC  27606

http://opensource.com -- Where open source multiplies

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