Tag Archives: Google

Does Apple need Creative Commons to survive?

The launch of the mini iPad seems to make Apple a follower, instead of a leader. Appleā€™s use of Intellectual Property is probably a prime cause of the Apple slowdown. But a novel approach to IP – access to the Creative Commons – could help Apple to turn around and be innovative again.   Apple Read more …

Is Facebook turning us into digital slaves?

We are uploading digital versions of ourselves into social media – we have different layers of existence now. Those digital persons are like digital slaves, owned by the social media. Current IPRs are an important part of the digital shackles. We will need digital human rights to do away with digital slavery. Any science fiction Read more …

Google Apps – who owns them?

I’ve written about software written by other software before on this blog. Now the practice is really taking off: Google has released its Google Android Apps inventor program. What does it mean? Anybody registered can start developing Google Android Apps. These are applications (software), where not a single line of code is written by humans. Read more …