Open Source

Financial Opportunity
Open Opportunity
Free and Open Source software places billions of dollars of resources and capabilities in your hands. Use open source to build a career, establish a business or change the world. Learn why free software provides the greatest opportunity on the planet today.
Free Learning Resources
Free Courses at Harvard - MIT - Stanford
Open edX provides free online courses from Harvard, MIT, Columbia, UC Berkeley and other top Universities. Hundreds of courses for almost all major subjects and course levels. Paid courses and certifications are also available.
Free Applications
Office Software
Libre Office provides the top desktop productivity tools for free. This includes, a word processor, spreadsheet application, presentation engine, drawing and flowcharting, database and math applications. The suite run on Linux or Windows
Computer Software
What is Linux
Linux is an open source computer operating system (OS) used on laptops, games, watches and super computers. The software and the source code used to create it are both available to you at no cost. The opportunity to learn and use this powerful resource is unparalleled and unmatched. Linux
Financial Opportunity
5 Billion Dollars of Free Software
The Linux Foundation released a report estimating the value of their open source projects at 5 billion. This software is yours for free. Governments and large corporations are using this incredible gift to their advantage every day. Learn how open source can benefit you.
Open Government
The U.S. Government uses Open Source
On January 20 2009, President Obama's first day in office, the Open Government initiative was issued to provide transparency and access to Government data. Learn how our Government is using open source and the opportunities this provides for you.
Financial Opportunity
Competitive Advantage
Goldman Sachs, IBM and countless large corporations are leveraging open source to reduce costs, develop products and increase their bottom lines. Learn what these companies think about open source and how open source can give you the competitive advantage.
Free Books Online
Stolen Legacy
The thesis of Stolen Legacy is that the Egyptians created what is wrongly called Greek philosophy. He proposes that Greek Philosophy is based on the Egyptian mysteries which combined mathematics, medicine, architecture, arts, sciences and religion. According to Dr. James, the African origin of Greek Philosophy is well known but rarely discussed. Ancient Greek historians such as Herodotus and Diodorus the Sicilian wrote in significant detail about the importance of Egypt to Greece. The libraries in Egypt were unmatched and there are records that Greek philosophers such as Pythagoras and Plato studied in Egypt. The contribution of Africa to the intellectual foundation of modern knowledge should be recognized.
Free Books Online
The Histories of Herodotus written in 440 BC is considered to be the founding work of history in Western literature. His history included stories and fables but he claimed to have traveled extensively and learned about many countries through direct observation. Histories
Free Books Online
King James Bible
The Bible study website was developed using open source software. It provides the King James Bible online and search tools for Bible verses, people, keywords and concepts. It demonstrates the use of open source to create a functional application and service. Pinterest
Free Books Online
The Library of History
Diodorus the Sicilian created one of the most highly regarded universal histories in antiquities. His work includes the history of Egypt, Asia, Africa, Greece and Europe. His book is a must read for historical research on this part of the world. The Library of History is fully indexed and searchable.
Our Mission

The "open source" and "free software" frameworks seek to ensure the availability of knowledge resources.

There are billions of dollars of "open source" resources available to the public at no cost. This includes books, images, educational material and computer software.

Access to knowledge is critical to securing a fair and free society. This site is dedicated to providing the information needed to leverage this opportunity.