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  • Spread @12:03AM, 2016-07-04
    Tags: open source, Robert David Steele   

    A Global Open Source Revolution Is About To Begin 

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    When Robert David Steele speaks, people listen. Especially those within the military and intelligence communities around the world. With his continued rhetoric on the open source everything manifesto as a way to positively transform this world for all, Mr. Steele has additionally begun discussing the world’s largest financial/gold cover-up story which has ties to JFK’s assassination and 9/11: That is, the global collateral accounts.

    As a former CIA spy who has trained over 7,500 officers from over 66 countries, Robert Steele has over 18 years experience across the U.S. Intelligence community and an additional 20 years experience in commercial intelligence and training. He is also a former Marine and he is the co-founder of the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity.

    He has also written several books, which include, The Open Source Manifesto and Intelligence For Earth: Clarity, Diversity, Integrity and Sustainability, among others.

    In accord to open source everything, Robert’s motto is: The truth at any cost, lowers all other costs.

    Essentially, when information, technology and resources are opened up as the commons to all, the true cost plummets and the well-being of our planet and all living beings here begin to thrive, as well as our social, political and financial systems.

    In Robert’s own words, the open source revolution will transform our world for the better and for all.

    “Sharing, not secrecy, is the means by which we realize such a lofty destiny as well as create infinite wealth. The wealth of networks, the wealth of knowledge, revolutionary wealth- all can create a nonzero, win-win Earth that works for 100% of humanity. This is the ‘utopia’ that Buckminster Fuller foresaw, now within our reach.”

    Read the rest from Spirit Science

     
  • Spread @10:05AM, 2014-11-05
    Tags: browser, developer, firefox, mozilla, open source   

    1st browser built for developers coming this Nov 10 

    Mozilla has announced it’s launching a new browser on November 10, “built by developers for developers.”

    Based on Firefox, the new browser will feature debugging capabilities and special tools like the Firefox Tools Adapter, and WebIDE for coding right in the browser.

    More from the Mozilla Blog

     
  • Titus Toledo @4:07PM, 2014-08-28
    Tags: , medialab, open source   

    City Farm: Grow it here, Eat it here 

    “There’s a new farmer being born, and the new farmer lives in the city and is young”
    —Research scientist Caleb Harper of MIT’s Medialab talks about saving the future with open-source food.

     
  • Titus Toledo @2:28PM, 2014-04-28
    Tags: , open source, seeds   

    Free the seeds 

    opensourceseeds

    Three big companies (Monsanto, Syngenta, and DuPont) own and control about half of the world’s commercial seed sales, the restrictive nature of keeping their seeds as intellectual property helps those seed companies maintain control over a large portion of the seeds responsible for the global food supply.

    In an effort to “free the seeds” from patenting, licensing, and other intellectual property protections, the Open Source Seed Initiative aims to restore the formerly common practice of open sharing among growers, by keeping certain vegetable seeds in the public domain and protecting them (and any future varieties derived from them) from being patented in the future.

    —Via Treehugger

     
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