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Africa’s Tech Edge: How the continent's many obstacles allowed African entrepreneurs to beat the West
Big data and open data: what's what and why does it matter?
experienced yesterday my first 7.2 earthquake in Mexico City. It was like a sailing boat in a storm. Mexican friends patted me and smiled.
Open Gov in Germany 2014. Citizen created an open source platform. City gov opens its own proprietary one ignoring ours. @Stadt_FFM #fail
.@Stadt_FFM macht ein Bürgerbeteiligungsportal & ignoriert vollständig was Bürger bereits dazu machen #widerspruch.
Once again countries such as Brazil are further than EU countries: Brazilian National Conference on Open Data
The potential and challenges on Kenya's open data portal.
Interesting study with lots of insights. Digital Social Innovation in Northern Ireland [PDF]
Seven Elements of Social Innovation
Local e-government 2.0: Social media and corporate transparency in EU municipalities
Challenge the Status quo through Open Innovation
What are the limits of transparency and technology? From three gurus of the openness movement (Eigen, Rajani, McGee)
Meet The Entrepreneurs Behind Nigeria's Startup Revolution
"Hacker spaces breathe new life into China innovation - CNBC"
3,000 ordinary citizens making better forecasts of global events than CIA analysts. #crowdsourcing
Smart cities: are you willing to trade privacy for efficiency?
Crowdfunding - What‘s in it for development aid?
Maybe it is worth for something in the end. A Google Glass App For Doctors To Stream Video Of Patients To Consult.
How big data can fail. Thoughts on the Google Flu Trends debate:
The History & Evolution of Crowdsourcing
The future of open data is local - because we understand the local area in detail that has never been possible before http://local-government.govern...
What Can Open Data Entrepreneurs Do for Development?
Experimentation: A Shortcut to Innovation - Leading organizations are placing bets on action over rhetoric.
How to Choose a Prize for an Idea Contest
How the State Department Plans to Make Humanitarian Crowdmapping Mainstream:
By 2020, the world will have accumulated 3.3 trillion video hours of surveillance footage to sift through.
Hilarious. The Walk-in Cookbook is a food store that offers pre-portioned ingredients for recipes to cook at…
Rethinking Corporate Business Models and Social Innovation < Can that work together? I am skeptical.
How Dropbox Knows When You’re Sharing Copyrighted Stuff (Without Actually Looking At Your Stuff)
A Day in the Life of a CrowdSource Worker < That sounds like work on the assembly line.
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