Back to my old passion, architecture. I'm not talking about software architecture, but real architecture: buildings architecture. In the Internet era, software concepts, such as open source are getting ground on new areas of development, such as this one.

Nonprofit organization Architecture for Humanity, with the help of last year's TED prize, is trying to convince the building industry to share ideas through its latest project, the Open Architecture Network. Loaded with projects and concepts, the site is built so people can upload info, comment on and, in some cases, download building or project specs.

Source: Wired News