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When becoming members : becareful when picking pearls,.duplicate instead of moving or it will delete them from the team...




En règles générales :
*je préfère m'associer avec des personnes ayant un Pearltree un minimum construit....
*pour de nouvelles perles : Vous proposez, je dispose...
*ne pas changer les photos, faites une proposition...
* Ne pas créer de nouveaux pearltrees pour moins de 5 perles...
*respecter l'harmonie visuelle...
* plutôt arbo fermé (poupées russes) que dévellopé en flowchart (organigramme)...trops de branches donne des perliers de trop grand rayon avec une perte de place au centre...
*Garder l'essentiel, éviter les répétitions...
*réduire les url (youtube j'usqu'au &)...sinon ça fait plein de doublon isolés...
Merci d'avance noosquest Aug 31

Innovations for a free, resilient, and generous world Welcome to Openworld! We invite you to explore new "Seeds of Change" offers for the sustainability of local and global good causes. The offers - consisting of microscholarships, telework opportunities, and toolkits delivered through cell phones and the Internet - aim to help social ventures awaken assets in poor regions. Access to Seeds of Change resources can grow as grassroots allies: understand and work for more transparent business climates;secure land grant endowments for entrepreneurial schools, clinics, or other self-help ventures; andget local decisionmakers to pilot reforms that lift the value of these endowments. Openworld - Welcome Openworld - Welcome
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Open the Future

Everything Will Be Alright* interview for documentary series. (video) February 2014 Crime and Punishment discussion at Fast Company's Innovation Uncensored (video) April 2013 Bots, Bacteria, and Carbon talk at the University of Minnesota (video) March 2013 Visions of a Sustainable Future interview (text) March 2013Talking about apocalypse gets dull...all apocalypses are the same, but all successful scenarios are different in their own way. Open the Future
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Click on Image to Enlarge Open Source Everything TWITTER HASH: #openall 20120804 Open Source Everything Highlights 20120804 Open Source Everything Highlights
Open Education

I’ve dedicated a lot of research over the last few years to understanding the deep trends that will define the next economy. As I’ve written elsewhere, the global economy goes through a creative-destructive cycle every 50 years. And now we’re in the midst of a collapsing paradigm that is soon to be replaced by something new. In this article, I will explain what the new paradigm is and how it will impact every sector of society — including business, government, education, and basic research. The old economic paradigm was a service economy built on the digital communications revolution that began in the early 1970′s. It is winding down now as financial capital has decoupled from productive capital and the global speculative bubble has burst.

Open Collaboration - The Next Economic Paradigm

Open Collaboration - The Next Economic Paradigm
Building the Global Cultural Commons
DOAJ -- Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ has migrated to a new, open source platform! Take a look around; we welcome your feedback. You may notice that the number of journals in DOAJ has dropped from 10 027 to 9804. This is because we have fine-tuned the counting functionality.

DOAJ -- Directory of Open Access Journals

Welcome It is an independent self-governing meritocratic entity, created by former leading members of the OpenOffice.org Community, in the form of a charitable Foundation under German law (gemeinnützige rechtsfähige Stiftung des bürgerlichen Rechts).It continues to build on the foundation of ten years' dedicated work by the OpenOffice.org Community.It was created in the belief that the culture born of an independent Foundation brings out the best in contributors and will deliver the best software for users.It is open to any individual who agrees with our core values and contributes to our activities.It welcomes corporate participation, e.g. by sponsoring individuals to work as equals alongside other contributors in the community. The Document Foundation is proud to be the home of LibreOffice, the next evolution of the world's leading free office suite. Donate LibreOffice is made available by volunteers around the globe, backed by a charitable Foundation.

Welcome » The Document Foundation

Welcome » The Document Foundation
Colibris (Zone libre en éducation) Colibris est une distribution de logiciels libres. Ce projet découle en grande partie d'une réflexion amorcée dans le dossier « Légal à l'école mais ... à la maison? » publié sur Carrefour éducation (janvier 2003). Comme le souligne le titre du dossier, notre principal objectif est d'encourager le respect du droit d'auteur relié aux logiciels de la part des élèves et des enseignants. L'idée est donc d'offrir aux élèves et aux enseignants une solution aux coûts élevés des logiciels qui soit compatible avec l'ordinateur qu'ils possèdent à la maison. Nous voulons surtout offrir des logiciels indispensables et utilisés par la plupart des enseignants et des élèves. Colibris (Zone libre en éducation)

5000 films tombés dans le domaine public à télécharger gratuitement

5000 films tombés dans le domaine public à télécharger gratuitement Dès qu’une œuvre tombe dans le domaine public, elle peut être « uploadée » sur le site archive.org. La liste ne peut donc que s’agrandir. Pour les cinéphiles, c’est une véritable caverne d’Ali Baba. On peut déjà y trouver près de 5000 long-métrages, regardables en streaming, mais également disponibles en téléchargement (très souvent de haute qualité). Films noirs, films d’horreur, cinéma Bis, screwball comedy, le choix est vaste.
Skip to main content New Popular Featured Postcard from Medellín: A Big WUF for Urban Equity Sharing by design

Sharing by design

The future of the cultural commons looked dim in December 2002: Napster had been shuttered a year earlier, while record labels treaded warily into selling DRM-locked music online. The FCC dismantled regulations forestalling the consolidation of media ownership. And as the housing bubble inflated, privatization — of media, public space, scientific and technological research, even the military — became the watchword of the day. A decade later, the cultural commons remains threatened, but stands on somewhat firmer ground. The record industry abandoned its futile efforts to lock music to users or devices, a costly lesson movie studios and book publishers seem determined to learn for themselves. Creative Commons Celebrates 10 Years of Opening Culture

F.A.T.

Inspired by Travor Paglens latest pictures of Inteligence HQs released on The Intercept I took the liberty to make some slight photoshop modifications to a picture of the new BND HQ in Berlin. :)) The hoax tweet with the modified picture raised quickly a lot of attention, questions and doubts. Also the fake NYT url i added in the spirit of Fake URL trolling helped to get some fast retweets. :)) “Never hit RT before you ve seen the www!” https://twitter.com/arambartholl/status/434295582698401793 https://twitter.com/tomben2512/status/434334766155202560 The picture was doubted by many users. Some of them took the effort to point out the fake. ..
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