Episode #101: Fast Fix Friday on Why Sharing Information is Key to Innovation

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Hello everybody from 2017… we hope you’re as pumped as we are at Collective Campus about this year and have set yourself some big hairy audacious goals to work towards this year.

Before I get into today’s fast fix I’d like to remind you that Future Squared has been nominated for the very first Australian Podcasting Awards people’s choice award, so instead of asking you to like us on iTunes, all I ask, as we endeavour to bring you another 100 episodes this year, is for 1 minute of your time to head on over to bit.ly/futuresquared and like this show - that’s all you have to do.

Getting this type of recognition will go a long way to supporting this show and provide us with the energy and momentum we need to continue bringing you amazing guests, week in, week out. That link again was bit.ly/futuresquared.

Today, I want to talk about sharing information, a topic inspired by the late 27 year old Aaron Swartz. Aaron was a co-founder of Reddit, was heavily involved in the development of the RSS feed in his early teens and above all, will be remembered for being an internet hacktivist, who campaigned against the Stop Online Piracy Act and supported the free flow of information.


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