Believing that it is our nature to enjoy giving and receiving in a compassionate manner, I have been preoccupied most of my life with two questions. What happens to disconnect us from our compassionate nature, leading us to behave violently and exploitatively? And conversely, what allows some people to stay connected to their compassionate nature under even the most trying circumstances?
I’d like to believe that there’s money to be made with this whole open source culture. I’ve come to realize that is what I want to do with my life; I should say, this is what we want to do with our company – be good and make profit at the same time. And we don’t have to be Google to do it.
It's early days in what promises to be the long death of a galactic civilization so it is going to be hard to discern how things might reshape themselves under this bombardment, how art and the art-world might re-articulate new models of value.
Open Source can be explained entirely within the context of conventional open-market economics. Indeed, it turns out that it has much stronger ties to the phenomenon of capitalism than you may have appreciated.
Crecen las comunicaciones, las comunidades y sus ideales. Se expanden las creaciones mientras suenan tambores de guerra, algunos lejanos, otros que gritan, y otros más que se palpan cada vez más cerca de las calles. La Red se agita... y obedece.
This website attempts to walk you through the long and diverse history of a particular aspect of human endeavour: The translation of ideas, stories and concepts that are largely textual and/or word based into a visual format, i.e. visual communication.
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