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[Osdc-list] Facebook changes proving open is bet ter | opensource.com review – Vol 3 Issue 6

Here is your weekly glimpse of what’s happening on opensource.com. A good start to October. We're preparing for our next Open Your World webcast on October 21: Culture and Collaboration at Wikipedia with Joseph Reagle, author of “Good Faith Collaboration.”

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The opensource.com team wants 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. [http://opensource.com/participate]


Poll:  Your reading preferences
by Jason Hibbets

Wipeout! Google Wave's inevitable crash
by Rebecca Fernandez

911: Can you hear me now?
by Melanie Chernoff

TEDx branding: A legal point of view
by Pam Chestek

Five questions about open innovation, open source, and NASA with Molly Dix of RTI
by Chris Grams

Content management and the open source way with CEO of NIXTY, Part 2
by Mary Ann

Facebook changes proving open is better
by Travis Kepley

Mobile phone mashups: Imitation becomes innovation in China
by Rebecca Fernandez

Applying the open source software model to the world of filmmaking
by Ruth Suehle

Does the market need freedom, or is it modern sharecropping?
by Ruth Suehle

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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