Video now online: CC Salon (2011-01-11) w/ Internet Archive, LinkedIn, 3taps, Tim O'Reilly

What does it mean to be open in a data-driven world? On January 11, 2011, we gathered together four knowledgeable individuals who interact with data in different ways and who each understand the importance of exploring this timely question. The result was a stellar CC Salon at LinkedIn Headquarters. You can now watch the video … Read More “Video now online: CC Salon (2011-01-11) w/ Internet Archive, LinkedIn, 3taps, Tim O'Reilly”

Congratulations to John Gilmore and the Internet Archive, winners of the 2009 Free Software Awards

The Free Software Foundation has announced the winners of its 2009 Free Software Awards: John Gilmore (Advancement of Free Software Award) and the Internet Archive (Project of Social Benefit Award). Last year Creative Commons won the Project of Social Benefit Award. As we noted then, many past free software award winners have been important participants … Read More “Congratulations to John Gilmore and the Internet Archive, winners of the 2009 Free Software Awards”

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Opened to the public in 1903, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a world-class museum that houses more than 5,000 art objects, including works by Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Raphael, Degas, and Sargent. It is also known for its phenomenal music program, lectures, and symposia, as well as the museum’s nationally recognized Artist-in-Residence and educational programs. Online, … Read More “Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum”