The News: A User’s Manual The news is everywhere, we can’t stop checking it constantly on our screens, but what is it doing to our minds? The news occupies the same dominant position in modern society as religion once did, asserts Alain de Botton – but we don’t begin to understand its impact on us. In this dazzling new book, … Read more
Researchers from the University of Massachusetts have launched a torrent site which allows academics to share papers and datasets. AcademicTorrents provides researchers with a reliable and decentralized platform to share their work with peers, as well as the rest of the world. The site currently indexes over 1.5 petabytes of data, including NASA's map of Mars.
Ivan Begtin's insight:
We need GovernmentTorrents too #opendata #opengov #govtorrents
The numbers speak for themselves – Over 400 visitors comprising of researchers, CSO representatives, students, techies and the general public; 11 open data stalls showcasing innovative projects related to open data; 8 teams developing products during the Open Data Hackathon; More than 40 people involved in OpenDRI Mapathon. This was the scene at first ever Open Data Day celebration in Nepal on February 23, 2013....
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