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About
De.bu.te stands for design business and technology, a reference point for the latest developments in ICT domain. This non-commercial information gateway focuses on new upcoming projects, user insights and market trends to push new ideas forward.

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Co-creating Value

This section is dedicated to open innovation, collaborative, Particpatory Design Projects and Competitions.
NYC BIG APPS A software application competition to make the New York City more transparent, accessible and accountable, and easier place to live, work and play
NOKIA PUSH N900 A unique project from Nokia is looking for help from the world’s most skilled designers, artists, hackers and modders.
ITSME O.S Join a group of designers and developers to design next generation personal computing based on "Stories and Venues" metaphor

Project 10^100 Last fall Google launched Project 10^100, a call for ideas to change the world by helping as many people as possible. After over 150,000 submissions from more than 170 countries, 16 inspired finalists emerged and The Big G handed it over to us the people to cull the top 5 who will now move towards realization.
The3Six5 A new blog-project that invites a different, often famous, person to write an entry for each of the 365 days in 2010, essentially crowdsourcing a snapshot of the year.
The Fun Theory Award recognizes those thoughts, ideas and inventions that help prove the fun theory. That fun is the easiest way to change people's behaviour for the better. See example below
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