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Reading list for April 2015

This month we have some new gadgets and a collection of writings about Internet connectivity in developing countries.

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Reading list for February 2015

As outlined in this post, according to Gartner the days of centralised processing of data are counted. With the advent of IoT it will no longer be economically interesting, nor doable, to transfer all the data coming from sensors in

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Reading list for December 2014

Here we go again, here as some pointers to read during the Christmas holidays break 😉 Stop Trying to Save the World is an essay by Michael Hobbes which goes over the danger of scaling up big ideas, the need to

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Reading list for November 2014

After some months break here is a new reading list with some pointers harvested between June and November 2014. In “Nine Lessons for Bridging the Gap between Cities and Citizens” the world bank shares 9 lessons about open governance learnt

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Reading list for May 2014

As usual, here are some interesting things to look at this month. This was actually a rather busy month so less time for reading… In “What We Learnt at Making it Matter” Marieke Guy, looks back at the outcome of

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Two new publications !

We just got two new papers out. The first one entitled “Let’s “Downscale” Linked Data” explains what our community is up to, the second one “The Entity Registry System: Publishing and Consuming Linked Data in Poorly Connected Environments “ takes

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Reading list for April 2014

Here is the collection of pointers for this month: The paper entitled “ICT4D: A Computer Science Perspective” look at the role computer science (CS) can play in looking at the usage of ICT for development. ICT4D has a long history

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