Jim Fruchtermanon Open Source
Opensource.com interviews CEO Jim Fruchterman on how an open source philosophy advances tech-for-goodEXPLORE » "Jim Fruchterman</br>on Open Source"
The Road to Accessibility for All
We're celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Marrakesh TreatyOne-Year Anniversary of the Marrakesh TreatyEXPLORE » "The Road to Accessibility for All"One-Year Anniversary of the Marrakesh TreatyOne-Year Anniversary of the Marrakesh Treaty
Big human rights news: Martus 4.5 released, major milestone towards lowering the barrier to strong, open source cryptoEXPLORE » "Martus 4.5"
Monthly Update: June 2014
What's new at Benetech? Get your monthly update from our Silicon Valley headquartersEXPLORE » "Monthly Update: June 2014"
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Thank You, Gerardo! Jul 28, 2014
This post originally appeared on Jim Fruchterman's Beneblog.
The Benetech team has just bid goodbye to VP of Engineering Gerardo Capiel, who ... READ MORE » "Thank You, Gerardo!"
Jim Fruchterman Discusses How Open Source Sparks Innovation and Advances Social Good, on Opensource.com Jul 24, 2014
Adopting an open source philosophy has proven to be quite effective when furthering technology-for-good, notes online magazine Opensource.com in an interview ... READ MORE » "Jim Fruchterman Discusses How Open Source Sparks Innovation and Advances Social Good, on Opensource.com"
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With Bookshare in the classroom and on the go, Ben Cooper has a fair opportunity to succeed at school.
Leveraging Technology to Bring Books to the Blind in India
Jim Fruchterman, our Founder and CEO, announces Benetech's Clinton Global Initiative 2013 Commitment to improve access to books for the blind in India.