Tagged: open-source

Open Source Will Define This Era as A Modern Renaissance

The Renaissance was one of the most culturally, artistically, and scientifically significant transformations in Western history. It was an age of experimentation and innovation as cataloged by da Vinici’s numerous sketches and notebooks. A...

Using Open-Source Software to Disrupt Marketplaces

“Disruption innovation,” a term coined in the mid-90’s, is used to describe a phenomenon where small business owners can build simpler, lower-priced products to take on less agile, established companies who have begun to...

Can We BUIDL Decentralized Flexible Organizations?

The Decentralized Flexible Organization is a new concept, that reshapes how we’re building Decentralized Applications, solving some critical points of failure in the today’s Dapp ecosystem like the needs of a Legal Known Entity...

Open Source is Broken

The Open Source movement, as championed by the OSI, prizes absolute openness above all other concerns. Openness, they claim, is an absolute good, from which all other virtues flow, not to be questioned or...

The Best Way to Search for Free Software Online

Props to Lifehacker’s own Nick Douglas for stumbling across this one—something I’ve always known, but didn’t realize I should articulate to the world. Here’s the tiny hack, as discussed on Reddit a few days...