The Clothesline Paradox and the Sharing Economy by Tim O’Reilly
From the author: My keynote at OSCON 2012 in Portland, July 18, 2012. Focuses on the contribution of open source software to the economy, using the metaphor of “the clothesline paradox” first articulated by Steve Baer in CoEvolution Quarterly in 1975
Photocredit: reading a book along the Seine River (byloic80l)
- OSCON 2010 Keynote: Toward An Open Cloud (rackspace.com)
- OSCON 2012 => Monday Ignited, Tuesday OpenShift Session ++ (cloudave.com)
- Mozilla Represented at OSCON 2012 (brian.kingsonline.net)
- OSCON: Presenting on Open Source Mapping (mapbox.com)
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