Who Saved the Web?
Entendre Internet com a bé comú, implica garantir al ciutadans el dret a la lliure expressió, a la privacitat i a l'accés.
Museums and the Web: 20 Years of Debate on Digital Transformation
Digital transformation and organizational change: towards Open Source creation and accessible contents.
Virtual Networks, Open Science and Digital Revolutions
Interview with Ijad Madisch, co-founder and CEO of the world’s largest online network for scientists.
Public Innovation: Open, Social, Cultural
Alberto Ortiz de Zárate
The key to public innovation: it adds value to legitimate recipients.
Open Free Culture
We believe in an open and shared culture. For this reason we reflect on intellectual property, copyright, open access to knowledge...
Wikidata: The New Rosetta Stone
Wikidata is a new step forward in the democratisation of access to information.
Beyond Open Access: The Discovery of Knowledge
Ignasi Labastida i Juan
The aim of The Hague Declaration on the extraction of knowledge in the digital age is to improve access to knowledge by removing barriers.
Co-creation workshops with open DNA
The aim of co-creation workshops with open DNA is to explore different possibilities for building projects and initiatives in connection to the Commons.
From Smart City to SmartCitizens
The contradictions of smart cities –that great promise that would supposedly resolve the problems of the city– has ended up generating a new term: Smartcitizens.
César Rendueles: “We think about technology as a solution to our problems when we should think about the political horizon that allows us to deal with them”
In this interview Rendueles talks about free knowledge, differences between real and virtual life, or the role of the social sciences.
The Future is Data
The future of journalism goes back to its origins: to the search for new sources, to objective accounts of events and to data analysis.