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[Osdc-list] LeBron James, Bilski, and more | opensource.com review – Vol 2 Issue 8

We really started to branch out last week and explore how the open source way is being applied outside of software and technology. Be sure to check out how LeBron James is creating his own management innovation and how Helium is putting an open source twist on journalism. Cooperative success, copyrighting music, brand community vs. community brand, gift economies, and more.

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Cooperative success: Understanding the co-op business model
by Rebecca Fernandez

Panel: Copyright Needed In Music, But Should Benefit Musicians
by Ruth Suehle

Do you aspire to build a brand community or a community brand?
by Chris Grams

Bilski and software patents
by Ben Klemens

Participating in a gift economy: Are you giving enough?
by Jonathan Opp

Reminder: Our Life needs you. Write for us.
by Jason Hibbets

Oil spill doomsday debunked. Did peer review journalism fail or succeed?
by Ruth Suehle

Crafting an open web qualification
by Heather James

LeBron James: A management innovator?
by Jeff Mackanic
Jason Hibbets, RHCE :: Twitter: @jhibbets
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