Information (Shareable)

Non-fiction stuff.

This page shows all shareable information. For a list that only contains free, libre and open works, see Information (Libre)

Information

  • Right To MusicA free, fair, independent music advocacy group.
  • Right2RemixAdvocating for legal remixing.
  • School of Open'Learn open practices at School of Open.'
  • SCIRES-IT'[P]rovides a forum for the exchange and sharing of know-how in the areas of Digitalization and Multimedia Technologies and Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in support of Cultural and environmental Heritage (CH) documentation, preservation and fruition.'
  • Shared Creations'Making use of Creative Commons'
  • Sharing'Sharing makes a case for the legitimacy and usefulness of non-market sharing between individuals of digital works.'
  • Sharing is LibertyA blog about copyright reform.
  • Smartcopying'The Official Guide to Copyright Issues for Australian Schools and TAFE'
  • Smarthistory'Smarthistory at Khan Academy is the leading open educational resource for art history. '
  • So You Want to Be a Librarian'Provides information about librarianship as a career, including types of libraries, types of jobs within libraries, professional issues, and educational requirements.'
  • Spectrum of RightsA cute explanation of how Creative Commons licences work
  • Start Programming with PythonA guide to programming with Python.
  • Story Games Names ProjectA big book of names from different cultures.
  • Superpower WikiA wiki that describes thousands of supernatural powers.
  • Syria DeeplyNews on the conflict in Syria.
  • Teaching Copyright'EFF's Teaching Copyright curriculum was created to help teachers present the laws surrounding digital rights in a balanced way.'
  • Terms of Service; Didn't Read'We are a user rights initiative to rate and label website terms & privacy policies, from very good to very bad.'
  • Tex for the Impatient'TeX for the Impatient is a ~350 page book on TeX, plain TeX, and Eplain, written by Paul Abrahams, Kathryn Hargreaves, and Karl Berry.'
  • The Accessible Icon ProjectUsing a more dynamic disabled access symbol.
  • The Art of CommunityAbout open source, crowdsourcing and community creation from Jono Bacon, the man who runs Wired.
  • The Case for Copyright Reform"The book is a compilation of the strongest articles on reform of the copyright monopoly from Christian Engström (MEP) and [Rick Falkvinge]"
  • The Cathedral and The BazaarWhy open source works.
  • The Classic Short Story, 1870-1925: Theory Of A Genre'In this challenging and far-reaching study, Goyet looks at classic short stories in the context in which they were read at the time: cheap newspapers and higher-end periodicals.'
  • The Democracy of Objects'Since Kant, philosophy has been obsessed with epistemological questions pertaining to the relationship between mind and world and human access to objects. In The Democracy of Objects, Bryant proposes that we break with this tradition and once again initiate the project of ontology as first philosophy.'
  • The Digital Public Domain"[T]he authors argue that the Public Domain — that is, the informational works owned by all of us, be that literature, music, the output of scientific research, educational material or public sector information — is fundamental to a healthy society."
  • The Foundations for an Open Source CityA book about how Raleigh, North Carolina became an 'open source city'.
  • The GNU C Programming Tutorial"This book is a tutorial for the computer programming language C."
  • The International Free and Open Source Software Law Book'The International Free and Open Source Software Law Book [provides] a clear yet thorough analysis of Free and Open Source legal matters written and maintained by local experts, and by inviting everyone to assist in improving or expanding the content.'
  • The Libre Labyrinth"Navigating the Maze of Free and NonFree Licenses"
  • The Open Book'The Open Book is a crowdsourced publication that introduces the global movement for open knowledge in the words of those who are helping to build it today.'
  • The Open Source WayA book about open source projects.
  • The Open UtopiaAn open content take on Thomas More's Utopia.
  • The Peeragogy Handbook'The Handbook is the world’s first book to present Peeragogy, a synthesis of techniques for collaborative learning and collaborative work.'
  • The Power of OpenA book from Creative Commons about how those licences have been used in various projects.
  • The Psychology of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts"This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order, it also puts forth the idea that life is divided into three groups, emotion, thinking, and feeling."
  • The Public DomainA book on copyright, copyleft and everything else.
  • The Python Game BookWhat it says in the title.
  • The Social Media Reader'Culling a broad range and incorporating different styles of scholarship from foundational pieces and published articles to unpublished pieces, journalistic accounts, personal narratives from blogs, and whitepapers, The Social Media Reader promises to be an essential text, with contributions from Lawrence Lessig, Henry Jenkins, Clay Shirky, Tim O'Reilly, Chris Anderson, Yochai Benkler, danah boyd, and Fred von Loehmann, to name a few.'
  • The Wealth of NetworksA book on the information networks made possible by the Internet.
  • The Wealth of the Commons'A new collection of 73 essays that describe the enormous potential of the commons in conceptualizing and building a better future'
  • Thou Shalt Not Commit Logical FallaciesAn engaging presentation of logical fallacies.
  • TINTThis is Not This is Not a Podcast - a sports podcast.
  • Top Ten Open Source Gifts for the Holidays'The opensource.com team gathered ten of our favorite gadgets to help you pick out that perfect present for that special (open source) someone.'
  • TransontologyOpen source (well, semi-open) religion.
  • Triangle WikiA wiki about the Triangle Region.
  • Trolling Effects'Trolling Effects is a resource for those who have been targeted by patent trolls.'
  • TV TropesA website about tropes in fiction, mythology and real life.
  • Understanding Changes in Poverty"Understanding Changes in Poverty brings together different methods to decompose the contributions to poverty reduction."
  • WE_MagazineA magazine about collective action.
  • What's the Deal with Copyright and 3D PrintingWhat it says.

Sources of Information

  • SpringerOpenAn open access publisher in medicine, science and technology.
  • Standford Engineering Everywhere'SEE programming includes one of Stanford’s most popular engineering sequences: the three-course Introduction to Computer Science taken by the majority of Stanford undergraduates, and seven more advanced courses in artificial intelligence and electrical engineering.'
  • Stephen KinsellaAn anti-IP libertarian writer and lawyer.
  • StreetfilmsDocumenting Livable Streets Worldwide
  • TalisA private company in the 'innovation business'.
  • TechdirtA tech news site.
  • Terry HancockAn author.
  • The ConversationPeer reviewed journalism.
  • The Libertarian StandardA libertarian blog.
  • Traficantes de SueñosA Spanish book publisher.
  • training.gov.auA website cooperation between state and federal governments.
  • unglue.itA project to crowdfund the application of Creative Commons licensing
  • UNZ.orgA collection of scanned journal articles.
  • Victorian Government Data DirectorySelf-explanatory.
  • White HouseThe website of the President of the United States.
  • Wikidata'Wikidata is a free knowledge base that can be read and edited by humans and machines alike.'
  • Wikimedia FoundationA free culture project that gathers a number of wikis.
  • Wikinews"The Wikinews project is a free content news source of the Wikimedia Foundation that seeks to provide content, free of charge, where everyone is invited to contribute reports about events large and small, either from direct experience, or summarized from elsewhere."
  • Wiley Open AccessA variety of journals published by Wiley.
  • World Bank Open Knowledge Repository"The World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) is The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products."
  • Yochai BenklerA professor of law and author of works on commons-based production.
  • Zenhabits'Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of our lives.'
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