Open Source to Open Access, the idea and implementation of knowledge as a public good is making progress -- but we can do much better, particularly in science. This Roundtable will focus on Open Science, the process of discovery at the intersection of Open Access (publishing), Open Data, Open Source (software), Open Standards (semantic markup) and Open Licensing.
Hooker, William. "Science 2.0." Berglund Center for Internet Studies Roundtable. September 9, 2008. http://bcis.pacificu.edu/roundtables/Presentations/2008/