The first internet president

Barak Obama's presidential campaign utilized the Internet and information technology unlike any previous political campaign. How politicians and the public interact will never be the same. | 0 Comments

Can I have your half-attention, please?

I'm sitting in the back row of a darkened lecture hall at the University of British Columbia. Nearly half of the 200 hundred students have their laptops open, giving off a piercing blue-white glow that reminds me of driving at night. | 0 Comments


Technology's Fingerprints on the Stimulus Bill

To rally support for his administration's economic recovery bill last week, President Obama invited about a dozen chief executives, seven of them from technology and energy companies, to the Oval Office. | 0 Comments

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