Archive for January, 2009

(Trying To) Picture Cooperation On The Web

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Sorry about the week delay in posting, caught up in a wave of work and this new home for updating on the project totally slipped my mind. We’ll get the hang of this, folks — stay with us. As you might remember from our opening post, the current aim of the Cooperation project is simple […]

Cooperation in Web 2.0 Companies

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

By Erhardt Graeff Here at Berkman, Cooperation Research Group has developed a new project to look at how industries and corporate actors are changing their models and culture to incorporate commons-based models of cooperation and information sharing – the Institutional Cooperation Research Group (ICRG). At last Tuesday’s (13 January) Berkman Luncheon Series, Carolina Rossini, the […]

So What’s All This Cooperation About?

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

There’s kind of an in-joke that’s popped up within the Berkman Center within the past couple of months among the group of research assistants that work on the online case studies research group. There’s so many simultaneous moving parts and research efforts going on within the cluster of projects that comprise The Cooperation Project and […]