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Ban of Free Waffles & Why the Copyright Industry Sues People

This last weekend the young pirate party of Sweden (“Ung Pirat”) went to a festival to talk politics with interested people. When talking politics you often need something to attract people to your tent for a talk. The youth pirates

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The 24 Hour Government

This text was originally written for a course in the ‘digital government’ “24-timmars myndigheten” is a Swedish approach and vision for a higher level of e-government. In the rest of this essay I will be calling ‘24-timmars myndigheten’ for the

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Guest: Who is stealing from who? Where is the ‘quid pro quo’?

Who is stealing from who? (A guest post by Antonio Garcia under a CC-BY license) “The Statute of Anne had a much broader social focus and remit than the monopoly granted to the Stationers’ Company. The statute was concerned with the

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Transforming Into a Digital Government: Organizational Development

Part of an assignment I wrote in a course about ‘the digital government’.Part 1/3 Fundamental ChangesPart 2/3 Citizen Interactions  — Part 3/3 – Organizational Development “There’s no final solution, no definitive theory, no solve-all methodology. We have to constantly test

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Transforming Into a Digital Government: Citizen Interactions

Part of an assignment I wrote in a course about ‘the digital government’. Part 1/3 Fundamental ChangesPart 3/3 Organizational Development — Part 2/3 – How Internet changes the citizen interactions Internet breaks down a lot of barriers in society. We are now

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Josef Ohlsson Collentine

A transparent and kind American/Swede who likes cultural patterns and Social Media. A creative early-adopter who sports, discusses and explores. More about me
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