Asked what role the State Department would play in making the contest a
success, Mr. Margolis said the department[base ']s sponsorship [base "]does add a
sense of legitimacy and gravitas to what we are trying to do.[per thou]
Legitimacy and gravitas are fine cards to bring to the table.
Bits: Kleiner Perkins Starts an iPhone Blog. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, the venture capital firm that is investing its $100 million iFund in applications for the iPhone and iPod touch, has a new blog that will discuss trends in mobile. [NYT > Technology] I tried some government site on my iPod Touch. Its browser has none of the usual font size settings, which increases only with pinching down and spreading up fingers. Works for me. Mostly.
From slideshare, December 2007 presentation "Web 2.0 for Government 1.0" at a government event in Hawaii. I believe there is no chance I would ever be able to justify a research trip to Hawaii, so seeing the slides will suffice for now.
California's recent vote is still being counted. So for the future timely election results evoting needs improvement. The link mentions a keynote at ShmooCon. The Shmoo Group is a non-profit think-tank comprised of security
professionals from around the world who donate their free time and
energy to information security research and development.
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