Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Age Of Networked Intelligence Is Rising

Speaking at the IBM Forum event in São Paulo, Don Tapscott, author of “Macrowikinomics: Rebooting Business and the World,” said that due to the prevalence of the Internet, we are currently living in the age …   Read more

Help Rename Macrowikinomics In Paperback

When we chose the title Macrowikinomics for our latest book, we felt that it captured the essence of what the book was about: using wikinomics principles to rethink and reboot a wide range of ailing institutions in the economy and society.   Read more

Remaking Government In A Wiki Age

The New York Times interviews Don Tapscott on open data and Government 2.0 to reinvent the value of government: But a few people — writers, activists, even politicians — are examining the current woes of …   Read more

Open Data, Open Government

There’s been a lot of talk about open government, but one province is finally walking the talk. Last month, the B.C. government unveiled DataBC, a broad initiative to make available at no charge a wide array of data gathered by government that had previously mostly sat unused in filing cabinets.   Read more