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[Osdc-list] Silly bandz and social media | ope nsource.com review – Vol 2 Issue 6



Lots of great content last week on opensource.com from the Bilski decision to Larry Lessig investigating links to election funding and sharing with your neighbors to getting out of your comfort zone. Don't miss Michael Tiemann's article, Integral Innovation, that ponders whether innovation trumps cost savings or quality trump cost savings. We continue to have summaries from the Open Your World forum published, so be sure to check out those, like this weeks Open Source for America and change in Washington recap featuring Jeremy Allison and Terri Molini.

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Integral Innovation
http://opensource.com/business/10/6/integral-innovation
by Michael Tiemann

Larry Lessig takes on Washington
http://opensource.com/government/10/6/lessig-takes-washington
by Melanie Chernoff

Initial thoughts on Bilski
http://opensource.com/law/10/6/initial-thoughts-bilski
by Rob Tiller

Community mailing list created
http://opensource.com/should-be/10/6/community-mailing-list-created
by Jason Hibbets

Let the open source way take you outside your comfort zone
http://opensource.com/business/10/6/let-open-source-way-take-you-outside-your-comfort-zone
by DeLisa Alexander

Uncovering open education challenges with ISKME’s Lisa Petrides
http://opensource.com/education/10/6/uncovering-open-education-challenges-iskme%E2%80%99s-lisa-petrides
by Jason Hibbets

Is the influence of social media overhyped?
http://opensource.com/business/10/6/influence-social-media-overhyped
by Rebecca Fernandez

Would you share with your neighbors?
http://opensource.com/life/10/6/would-you-share-your-neighbors
by Jason Hibbets

Jeremy Allison and Terri Molini on Open Source for America and change in Washington
http://opensource.com/government/10/6/jeremy-allison-and-terri-molini-osfa-change-washington
by Josh Lawson


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