There's Gold In Them iPhones

Ge Wang never dreamed of becoming a high-tech Silicon Valley entrepreneur. He's an assistant professor at Stanford, a specialist in computer science and music whose biggest passion has been organizing nerdy "laptop orchestras" comprising 20 people each "playing" a notebook computer. But last summer his friend Jeff Smith-who'd run two successful high-tech companies before dropping out of the corporate world to take music classes at Stanford-talked Wang into trying to create applications for Apple's iPhone. | 0 Comments


Mr. Obama's Internet Agenda

President-elect Barack Obama recently announced an ambitious plan to build up the nation's Internet infrastructure as part of his proposed economic stimulus package. Upgrading the Internet is a particularly smart kind of stimulus, one that would spread knowledge, promote entrepreneurship and make this country more competitive globally. | 0 Comments

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