Monthly Archives: June 2006


Speaking of open source, check out MIT’s project. It’s described as “a free and open educational resource for educators, students, and self-learners around the world. OCW supports MIT’s mission to advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the … Continue reading

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All things in moderation?

by David Swedlow I’ve posted two comments, one to two different posts. One comment was made as a member of the public (I was not logged in). The other comment was made as a community member, where I was logged … Continue reading

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My Collaborative Project Proposal

Sam Rose: What if I invited you to write an essay, record a song, or make a movie, and then post it at my website and have it served totally free? What if the only catch was that I would … Continue reading

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Defining Open Integral

Michel Bauwens: I’m leaving the definition of integral for later. But here is what I mean by open. In my own ‘pet’ peer to peer theory, I see 3 paradigms emerging. The first, the free and open paradigm refers to … Continue reading

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What does “Open Integral” mean? Specifically, what does it mean to use “open” as in “open source” as a verb, noun, adjective, and all within the context of “integral?” Many will have something to contribute to this. I look forward … Continue reading

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Welcome to Open Integral

This is the public blog of openIntegral, a community exploring all things integral, both wide and deep. I leave definitions deliberately vague in this first post as i expect there to be debate on what integral thought really is. Other … Continue reading

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