Saturday, October 30, 2004

Good News for Open Source Movement;
Bad News for 1000 Points of Light

The previous three posts all expressed a pessimistic tone. It is time for something optimistic. The last one, The Real Deal, Same as the Old Deal, spoke of the way in which the government of the USA is acting to favor large business over local development. So I wrote a counterpoint, about how the open-source software movement, and the open-access medical information movement, promise to improve health care around the world. Read about it at The Rest of the Story.