Here are some posts from other places that I write, including opensource.com, southwestraleigh.com (Raleigh’s Creative District), and an exciting project that I’m involved with: CityCamp Raleigh.
See what else I’ve been saying around the web over the last few weeks.
- I haven’t been writing much, but I’ve been finding lots of great content for the community. Here’s one that I wrote:
- Here are a few of my favorites that I helped find for the community:
- Thinking open source: How startups destroy a culture of fear
- How CityCamp became an open source brand
- Blockboard puts the whole neighborhood in your hands
- Poll: Patents and innovation
- Open standards and a smart energy grid: Interview with Green Energy Corp
- 5 similarities between collaborative consumption and open source technology
South West Raleigh
- Announcing CityCamp Raleigh – June 3, 4, and 5
- CityCamp Raleigh on June 3-5
- Growth for J.T. Locke Resource Center
- Dialing 9-1-1 vs The Non-Emergency Number
- This Weekend: Drive-In Movie Night and Community Garden Day
- Will Lake Johnson Return to its’ Normal Water Levels?
- Raleigh welcomes CityCamp event to enhance local government and citizen collaboration
- Raleigh asks how technology can aid city and I quote:
There’s hope that CityCamp Raleigh will evolve into something bigger, said Jason Hibbets, planning committee co-chairman.
“It’s a really important thing to have this dialogue between all these stakeholders,” said Hibbets, also chairman of the Southwest Citizen’s Advisory Council. “We’re looking at this event as being a catalyst to kind of kick-start all this, and turn this event into a movement.”