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"About Agaric Design Collective"
on what open source free software can teach us about the rest of the world:
"The principles that come to mind are those of self-organization and scratching your own itch.
Drupal founder and project lead Dries Buytaert put the principles this way: "Getting out of people's way as much as you can, and enabling people to accomplish what they are passionate about. When people can come together and take action collaboratively, impressive things can happen."
The vast majority of mushrooms eaten in North America are the agaricus bisporus, including the button mushroom and the portobello.
Fruitbodies of Agaricus bitorquis ( The Sidewalk Mushroom) pushing up the hardtop on a driveway.
Agaric uses the power of open source free software, the internet itself, and above all people to build sites that give control to our clients and their communities.
The internet should be used to share knowledge and information. We try to contribute to this every day.
In addition to community-driven resource sharing and social networking sites, Agaric builds individual, organization, and business sites. Our strengths include e-mail lists joined to on-site forums, integrated constituent relationship management and custom newsletters, e-commerce storefronts, charity fundraising auctions and other online auctions, and much, much more.
We are a full service web presence and offline branding company.