Links for the week

  • P2P Foundation » Blog Archive » P2P in Education – Could ShiftSpace help?

    Haque says that “context” is what most users generate and that content remains an area for professionals or at least the well-known amateurs. The rest of us just add context to what is flowing from the main information nodes.

  • NLnet; Welcome to NLnet Foundation

    NLnet foundation financially supports organizations and people that contribute to an open information society. It funds software, events, educational activities –and more. The procedure is fast and open to anyone. Find out what NLnet can do for you

  • The Self-governing Internet: Coordination by Design

    Contrary to its popular portrayal as anarchy, the Internet is actually managed, though not by a manager in the traditional sense of the word. This paper explains how the decentralized Internet is coordinated into a unified system.

  • Wikileaks – Wikileaks

    Original investigative journalism. All source documents were classified, confidential or censored at the time of publication and are made fully availably to the press and public.

  • Kenix

    This research surveys 688 people associated with non–profit organizations in the United States to better understand their perceptions and uses of the Internet as a tool for social change.

  • OpenStreetMap

    An open source mapping project; not yet a real alternative to google or yahoo maps, but slowly getting there…

  • Public surpport for value creation through the commons: 4 principles and 3 institutions

    David Bollier gave a great speech in April about commons-based value creation and what public authorities could do to stimulate it, by focusing on a fourfold strategy framework.

  • YeeYan – Discover and Translate the Internet beyond English

    YeeYan is a community that discovers and translates global contents into different languages.

  • Remixing Faith in the 21st Century

    The Rise of Participatory Culture and the Emerging Church

  • The Mirror Neuron Revolution: Explaining What Makes Humans Social: Scientific American

    What makes these cells so interesting is that they are activated both when we perform a certain action—such as smiling or reaching for a cup—and when we observe someone else performing that same action

  • Ongoing List of Social Media Strategies from Enterprise Corporations

    A social media strategy is a long term plan utilizing all of the resources at hand using two way social tools. Cisco, Sun etc. interesting slideshows with their strategies…

  • Nederlands Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken – Waar zijn we actief

    Where the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs is working

  • Het Akkoord van Schokland | Home |

    Honderden bedrijven, organisaties, bekende en minder bekende Nederlanders en ministeries plaatsen hun handtekening onder het Akkoord van Schokland.

  • MDG MONITOR :: Tracking the Millennium Development Goals

    The MDG Monitor shows how countries are progressing in their efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

  • RA DIOHEA_D / HOU SE OF_C ARDS – Google Code

    an interesting new way to create music videos by Radiohead…

  • How to Develop a Social Media Plan for Your Business in 5 Steps

    as the proliferation of social media platforms grow, participating can turn into little more than a giant time suck without some sort of structure behind it. We’ve put together a 5 step plan for kickstarting your company’s social media participation:

  • JustMeans | Developing a Corporate Social Media Plan

    All Things Reconsidered is a collection of articles, thoughts, and provocations from both the JustMeans Team as well as the top leaders and thinkers in social responsibility.

  • Welcome to Pachube | Pachube – community

    Pachube (pronounced “patch bay”) is a web service available at http://www.pachube.com that enables people to tag and share real time sensor data from objects, devices and spaces around the world.

  • :: Authentic Happiness :: Using the new Positive Psychology

    Great site that fits well with his book I’m reading “Authentic Happiness”

  • Maximilian Hecker – DE – Indie / Akustisch / Pop – www.myspace.com/maximilianhecker

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    • ChangeThis is creating a new kind of media. A form of media that uses existing tools (like PDFs, blogs and the web) to challenge the way ideas are created and spread.

      We’re on a mission to spread important ideas and change minds.

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