Worth mentioning again: Richard Poynder continues to interview and profile luminaries of the various “open” (access, data, content, etc…) movements. It’s an extraordinary record of our changing times and knowledge practices.
Here’s a sample:
– with Peter Murray-Rust:
who “is working at the frontline of what has been dubbed Science 2.0, an online interactive environment where a great deal of the information used is more likely to have been discovered, aggregated and distributed by software and machines than it is by humans; an environment where data are constantly used and reused â€” pumped through new tools like RSS feeds, and displayed in mashups, wikis, and the various other tools developing around Open Notebook Science.”
We are keeping track of P2P-related interviews here.