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This Rural Community Is Building Its Own Gigabit Internet Network

This Rural Community Is Building Its Own Gigabit Internet Network | Nouveaux paradigmes | Scoop.it
The B4RN project has already connected 400 homes in the British countryside, and it's faster than the big guys.


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As we admired their handiwork at the cabinet, I overheard one visitor ask Forde how the group ever managed to get the project off the ground. “I think a mixture of bloody-mindedness and insanity,” he replied.

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Pourquoi nos députés comprennent si mal l'entreprise

Pourquoi nos députés comprennent si mal l'entreprise | Nouveaux paradigmes | Scoop.it
Une étude inédite confirme que la grande majorité des députés n'ont jamais travaillé en entreprise, d'où un certain décalage. Pour y remédier, pourquoi pas des stages en immersion ?
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L'internet du futur géré par des citoyens : utopie ou avenir ?

L'internet du futur géré par des citoyens : utopie ou avenir ? | Nouveaux paradigmes | Scoop.it

L'internet du futur : cela pourrait être un réseau libre géré par des citoyens et qui ne s'appuie sur aucun des grands fournisseurs du marché.

 

Depuis les affaire Prism et Tempora, les inquiétudes concernant la protection des données sur l'Internet sont de plus en plus vives en Allemagne. Comment protège-t-on ses informations personnelles de l'espionnage et des utilisations abusives ?

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The Real Revolution Is Openness, Clay Shirky Tells Tech Leadersl

The Real Revolution Is Openness, Clay Shirky Tells Tech Leadersl | Nouveaux paradigmes | Scoop.it

Mr. Shirky took that message to a group of higher-education-technology leaders who have been buffeted by a rapidly evolving ed-tech landscape. Mr. Shirky, in a keynote speech kicking off this year’s Educause conference, explored how technology was changing everything, from research to publishing to studying.


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Dibyendu De's comment, December 7, 2012 12:39 AM
I feel that the real revolution lies in the openness to transform oneself. Dan, thanks, For you I am slowly getting a handle on Scoop it.
Jason Brunson's curator insight, December 22, 2012 4:37 PM

How we educate everyone, from kids to adults, is going to change.  I think Mr. Shirky nailed it that openess is the revolutionary part of that change.

Kevindoylejones's curator insight, November 4, 2013 10:36 PM

lowering friction reduces costs, creates more opportunity. apply this to social good as a horizontal methodology, applied to the sharing economy. creates resilience, abundance of flexible resources in reserve for transitions and shocks.