The Open Book. and Kaitlyn Braybrooke and Timo Vuorikivi, E. February, 2013.
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From makerspaces to data wrangling schools to archives, \textlessstrong\textgreaterthe digital is being remixed by the open\textless/strong\textgreater – and it is changing society as we know it. \textlessa href="http://theopenbook.org.uk" rel="nofollow"\textgreaterThe Open Book\textless/a\textgreater is a crowdsourced multi-author publication that explores the global movement for open knowledge in the words of those who are helping build it today, \textlessstrong\textgreaterfeaturing 25 in-depth thought pieces\textless/strong\textgreater written by pioneers of openness around the world from London to São Paulo. Each of these contributions explore a \textlessstrong\textgreaterunique aspect of the open knowledge movement\textless/strong\textgreater and how it has affected work, society and culture across paradigms, from \textlessstrong\textgreatergovernment to business to design to education\textless/strong\textgreater. Also included is “The Evolution of Open Knowledge”, the \textlessstrong\textgreaterworld’s first \textlessa href="http://blog.okfn.org/2012/12/10/your-timeline-submissions-wanted-for-the-open-book/" rel="nofollow"\textgreatercrowdsourced\textless/a\textgreater timeline\textless/strong\textgreater of openness and transparency from 1425 to the current day. The Open Book is an \textlessstrong\textgreateressential reference point\textless/strong\textgreater for those interested in the culmination of a global movement for change in a time of rapid social progress.
@book{ editors_jussi_nissila_open_2013,
  title = {The {Open} {Book}},
  copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/},
  url = {http://archive.org/details/TheOpenBook},
  abstract = {From makerspaces to data wrangling schools to archives, {\textless}strong{\textgreater}the digital is being remixed by the open{\textless}/strong{\textgreater} – and it is changing society as we know it. {\textless}a href="http://theopenbook.org.uk" rel="nofollow"{\textgreater}The Open Book{\textless}/a{\textgreater} is a crowdsourced multi-author publication that explores the global movement for open knowledge in the words of those who are helping build it today, {\textless}strong{\textgreater}featuring 25 in-depth thought pieces{\textless}/strong{\textgreater} written by pioneers of openness around the world from London to São Paulo. Each of these contributions explore a {\textless}strong{\textgreater}unique aspect of the open knowledge movement{\textless}/strong{\textgreater} and how it has affected work, society and culture across paradigms, from {\textless}strong{\textgreater}government to business to design to education{\textless}/strong{\textgreater}. Also included is “The Evolution of Open Knowledge”, the {\textless}strong{\textgreater}world’s first {\textless}a href="http://blog.okfn.org/2012/12/10/your-timeline-submissions-wanted-for-the-open-book/" rel="nofollow"{\textgreater}crowdsourced{\textless}/a{\textgreater} timeline{\textless}/strong{\textgreater} of openness and transparency from 1425 to the current day. The Open Book is an {\textless}strong{\textgreater}essential reference point{\textless}/strong{\textgreater} for those interested in the culmination of a global movement for change in a time of rapid social progress.},
  language = {eng},
  urldate = {2013-07-09TZ},
  author = {{Editors Jussi Nissila} and {Kaitlyn Braybrooke} and {Timo Vuorikivi}},
  month = {February},
  year = {2013},
  keywords = {open knowledge}
}

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