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The Open Book: A crowd sourced publication about open knowledge (Reaktio #3), Braybrooke, Kaitlyn; Nissilä, Jussi and Vuorikivi, Timo

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  • Publisher: The Finnish Institute in London
  • Published: January 2013
  • The third book in the series Reaktio
  • Spiral-bounded book: 138 pages
  • Edition of 500
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Brand nameThe Finnish Institute
Paper FinishMatte
Manufacturer Part NumberReaktori #3
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Best Sellers Rank 752,815 in Stationery & Office Supplies (See top 100)
Date First Available4 April 2013
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The Open Book is a crowdsourced, multi-author publication built to contextualise the international movement for open knowledge in the words of those who are helping build it today. What are the aims of this movement's pioneers, and how does its prioritisation of digital transparency, open data, government accountability and the Commons impact society? This book will highlight the hopes of those who are working to provoke global change in these areas and introduce their passions to new audiences. Based on contributions from an international group of thought leaders working in fields as diverse as sustainability, design, business and development, The Open Book will serve as a platform for discussion and a launching pad for new ideas about the future of a global movement in a time of rapid technological and societal progress.

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