Thursday, November 02, 2006

Group 5 Bibliography

Babcock, Charles. 2006. "The Givers And Takers Of Open Source." Information Week. May 15.

Babcock, Charles. 2006 “It’s Open Season – as open-source vendors, the commercial market takes on a new and uncertain look.” Information Week. February 20.

Barlow, Lyde & Gilbert. "Open Source Software - The Case For And Against." Mondaq Business Briefing. December 7, 2004.

Blakeslee, Melise and Ferguson, Brian E. 2006. “United States: The Truths and Myths of Open Source Software.” Mondaq Business Briefing. May 31.

Bobko, Patrick. "Open-Source Software and the Demise of Copyright." Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 27, (2001): 51-90.

Conry-Murray, Andrew. 2006. "The Open Source Leap Of Faith." Information Week. August 28

Dempsey, Bert. 2002. "Who is an open-source software programmer?" Communications of the ACM. Oct.

Free Software Foundation. "Free Software Definition." 2004. Last accessd November 1,2006 at

Gomulkiewicz, Robert W. 2004. "Entrepreneurial Open Source Software Hackers: MySQL and Its Dual Licensing." Computer Law Review & Technology Journal. Fall. P. 203.

Greenemeier, Larry. 2005. “Open source exuberance.” CMP Media. 11 Jul.
Gross, Neil. 1999. “Home Sweet Virtual Home: Software will strengthen ties with communities.” Business Week. Oct. 4.

Hamm, Steve. 1999. “The Wild and Woolly World of Linux; The drive to commercialize Windows’ funky rival is pitting capitalists against idealists." Business Week. Nov. 15.

Hof, Robert D. 2005. "The power of us." Business Week. Jun. 20.Jackson, Joab. 2006. SCO: Open source is bad for the economy. Government Computer News, July 28, sec. 1.

Kennedy, Dennis. "A Primer Source on Open Source Licensing Legal Issues: Copyright, Copyleft and Copyfuture." St. Louis University Public Law Review no. 20 (2001): 345-377.

Lagace, Martha. "The Simple Economics of Open Source," Harvard Business School: Working Knowledge for Business Leaders (2000), (accessed November 1, 2006).

Leonard, Andrew. 2006. “Free Software Communists.” August 30.

Lessig, Lawence. Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace. New York, NY : Basic Books, 1999.

Murphy, Kevin. 2006. "Google is Microsoft's New Open Source." Computerwire. June 1.

Olson, Michael. "Dual Licensing." Chap. 5, in Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution, edited by Chris DiBona, Danese Cooper and Mark Stone, 71-90. Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly, 2006.

Open Source Initiative. "Open Source Initiative." 2006. Last accessed November 2, 2006 at

Pavlicek, Russ. 2001. "Where the heart lies." InfoWorld. Oct. 1.

Rogoway, Mike. 2005. Google seeds Oregon's open-source movement with $350,000. The Oregonian, October 26, sec. D.

Rogoway, Mike. 2006. O'Reilly Open Source Convention: Developing Portland's software reputation, digital rights fuel open-source debate. The Oregonian, July 29, sec. E.

Rosen, Lawrence. Open Source Licensing: Software Freedom and Intellectual Property. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2005.

Sani, Rozana. 2006. Open source push. Computimes, March 13, sec. 1.

Seltzer, Wendy. "Why Open Source Needs Copyright Politics." Chap. 10, in Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution, edited by Chris DiBona, Danese Cooper and Mark Stone, 149-160. Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly, 2006.

“Summer Camp for Coders.” 2005. The Economist. Sept. 17.

Vetter, Greg. "’Infectious’ Open Source Software: Spreading Incentives Or Promoting Resistance?" Rutgers Law Journal 36, (2005): 53-162.

Weber, Steve. The Success of Open Source. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2004.

Weisman, Robert. 2004. “Web Power to the People” The Boston Globe. November 9, D1.

2006. Private business embraces open source. The Irish Times, April 14, pg 6.


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