Web 2.0 came to be about silly consumer urges. Tim O'Reilly wants it to grow up.
Open source makes customers the most important part of a software decision.
During a panel at South by Southwest, several experts in the field discussed what 3D printing means for the future of production and agreed that there's huge potential.
Accounts linked to influential media outlets, as well as to key members of the federal government, are among accounts likely hacked last week, according to an analysis.
In his first term, President Obama started to make good on his pledge to improve government transparency. But a truly open government depends on citizens actively ensuring that all public agencies share information and respond to feedback.
Tim O'Reilly is creating a startup camp to help coach entrepreneurs. But why not take it one step further and align technology founders with the businesspeople who can turn their ideas into cash?
Tim and I gave back-to-back keynote speeches at this year's Ubuntu Live. Tim is not nearly as dogmatic as I am, and here's how we came out....
Tim O'Reilly believes that reciprocity requirements in GPLv3 would have killed GPLv3's chances of adoption. Even if he's right, should open source coddle the web?
At the inaugural Hardware Innovation Workshop, about 200 leaders in the DIY movement gather to talk about how to build real companies, while still maintaining a maker ethos.
The thinkers, designers, engineers, and hackers at the center of the maker movement are focused on the innovation business. At the MAKE Hardware Innovation Workshop this week, the open-source community shows its dedication to giving back more than you take.