Open source and free software top 10

www.mozilla.org Download the popular Firefox web browser and Thunderbird email package www.openoffice.org The best alternative to Microsoft Office www.limewire.org Sharing millions of music, video and other files www.gimp.org Powerful image manipulation software audacity.sourceforge.net Edit and record your own music and remixes fedora.redhat.com One of the most popular versions of the Linux operating system www.mamboserver.com Award-winning […]

November 1, 2005 · 1 min read
  • www.mozilla.org Download the popular Firefox web browser and Thunderbird email package
  • www.openoffice.org The best alternative to Microsoft Office
  • www.limewire.org Sharing millions of music, video and other files
  • www.gimp.org Powerful image manipulation software
  • audacity.sourceforge.net Edit and record your own music and remixes
  • fedora.redhat.com One of the most popular versions of the Linux operating system
  • www.mamboserver.com Award-winning tool for creating websites
  • sourceforge.net Home of thousands of open source packages
  • www.fsf.org Free Software Foundation, leading advocates of the cause
  • creativecommons.org Choose the copyleft licence that’s right for you


  • ‘Facebook Coin’: The media giant is trying its hand at banking

    Facebook’s cryptocurrency initiative furthers an agenda of neoliberal financialization, writes Josh Gabert-Doyon

    Welcome to the crowd

    Six Silberman writes on the new horizons of digital platform labour

    FairCoin: A radical cryptocurrency alternative?

    Sam Dallyn reports on a digital currency aiming to set up new, cooperative alternatives to currency systems which hand over power to unelected central bankers.


    Cybersocialism

    Before the internet, Chilean socialists devised the Cybernet. Will Stronge reports on an early attempt at high-tech economic organisation.

    Fining Facebook isn’t enough – we need total media reform

    We can either realise a world where technology serves the many, or settle for one in which data oligarchs rule unchecked. By Mathew Lawrence and Laurie Laybourn-Langton

    Deleting Facebook isn’t enough: The rise of ‘surveillance capitalism’

    The Cambridge Analytica scandal has put data harvesting in the spotlight, writes Tom Walker – but the problem goes far beyond Facebook