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February 2011 [Volume 20, Issue 2]

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Features

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News Analysis

Steve Arnold writes about the Oracle/Google dispute over Java: In the enterprise, Oracle's Java claims could give some potential Google customers pause. The high profile of the Google-Oracle dispute could cause naturally conservative organizations to focus on commercial software until the open source issues are resolved. A "freeze" or slowdown for Google's Enterprise group could be just what Oracle needs to cast doubt on the wisdom and potential risk of open source enterprise software solutions. Posted February 01, 2011

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David Weinberger

Is the Net really different from what came before? I'm going to say yes. The question is why... Posted February 01, 2011

The Future of the Future

Crowdsourcing is taking on an increasingly important role in society, approaching something we might instead refer to as crowdleading... Posted February 01, 2011

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