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Study the Data, But Eat the Cake—Put the Human Factor Forward

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These functions put facts in the hands of CEOs, boards of directors, and any other leader who, in an increasingly competitive environment, must take off their rose-colored glasses and see that their pet pony is actually a nag. Several providers offer open source or limited free access, which is a great way to test options.

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SaaS vs. Open Source

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology SaaS vs. Open Source September 24, 2008 I just finished writing a post for the Idealware blog about choosing SaaS vs. Open source. From my perspective, the key is openness.

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The Hidden Cost of Open Source LMS

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Open source learning management systems have become increasingly popular, and on paper they always sound good. The term free is usually a misnomer; there is almost always a cost associated with using open source LMSs. The post The Hidden Cost of Open Source LMS appeared first on Gyrus. This looks perfect!

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Open Source Feminism?

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Open Source Feminism? She’s got some great video blogging, including a short one on “ open source feminism.&# Let’s get together! Be Helpful.

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Movable Type goes Open Source

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Movable Type goes Open Source December 13, 2007 This is old news, sort of. Yesterday, they finally released it. I’m liking Six Apart more and more these days. Be Helpful.

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Free and Open Source Tool #16: CiviCRM

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Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Free and Open Source Tool #16: CiviCRM April 21, 2008 In honor of the webinar that is happening in a couple of weeks, I figured I’d talk a bit about CiviCRM. Be Helpful.

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News in open source and open standards

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Venture capitalists are liking open source more and more. More $ toward open source is a tide that lifts all boats. Interestingly enough, lots of developing world countries voted against it. There’s lots of great details on Groklaw. Why do we nptechies care? Be Helpful.