Open Sources 2.0 edited by Chris DiBona, Danese Cooper & Mark Stone

Reading Time: < 1 minute I reviewed a compilation of essays from leaders in open source development. Open Sources: voices from the revolution focused on development methodologies and infrastructure. Open Sources 2.0 was compiled in 2000, focused on how business models and processes can be built from open source software. There is a very nice section on how businesses can… Continue reading Open Sources 2.0 edited by Chris DiBona, Danese Cooper & Mark Stone

Links of the day

Reading Time: < 1 minute TechCrunch UK » The top 15 ways to get on with TechCrunch UK, and maybe other media  – good basic advice Current Analysis and Future Research Agenda on “Gold Farming”: Real-World Production in Developing Countries for the Virtual Economies of Online Games (School of Environment and Development – The University of Manchester) – gold pharming… Continue reading Links of the day

Designing for popularity

Reading Time: < 1 minute It seems amongst the circles that I move that the Nokia N95 is as ubiquitous as the iPod. However when you have a bunch of blokes around the table in the pub who take their phones out of their front pocket to sit down things can get a bit confusing. Nokia’s accessory line doesn’t cope… Continue reading Designing for popularity