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Tech
Research shows that 73 percent of knowledge workers today have access to scanners and scanning capabilities. But for many
Tech
Ask yourself this question: How many invoices remain unpaid because they are sitting in an unopened envelope on the wrong
Weird News
The contract was shared as an editable Word document -- oops!
The World Post
Recent geopolitical developments across the Middle East and Africa have added momentum to Iran and Sudan's strategic partnership, an alliance driven primarily by an interest in weakening the power of Israel, and by extension the U.S., throughout East Africa.
Media
There's been a rightful outpouring of praise in this country for the brave revolutionaries of the Arab Spring. So here's a question to my fellow Americans: what are you waiting for?
Politics
Ogilvy 360 DI: In your opinion, what are some of "the success stories" that exist in the Gov 2.0 space? Photos courtesy of
Books
Apple's other big iBooks news is that the iBookstore will soon be available for iPhones, and that users will be able to sync
Politics
It's not hard to tease out the implications of turning America into a geography of city-states. So why did some of the speakers and attendees take the possibility seriously?
Tech
Personal Democracy Forum (PdF) 2010, a two-day conference focusing on the intersection between politics and technology, began
Tech
While we all agree the internet is changing politics, can it fix politics too? Can it make politics more open, participatory, responsive and accountable?
Media
In a move that no one can explain, Apple is now selling iPhones for list price without an AT&T contract. However, the iPhone will still only work on the AT&T network, so is there really a point?
Tech
If you got an Amazon Kindle, Sony E-Reader or Barnes and Noble Nook this holiday season, don't read this story -- you'll just be depressed.
Media
Live Nation is set to go forth with its plan to sell live concert recordings. The popular concert promoter and venue owner
Media
Over 1,000 people descended upon the annual Personal Democracy Forum earlier this week. Here are some of my notes -- taken on Twitter, of course -- from the two day conference.
Media
The Personal Democracy Forum has become one of the few truly indispensable annual gatherings, devoted to the nexus of politics, media and technology.
Politics
"Change is only going to come about when people have the power to act upon the knowledge that they will acquire through the new technology," says former Alaska Democratic Senator Mike Gravel.
Media
If the internet is the backbone of free speech and participation, how can it be owned by corporate interests whose primary concern isn't freedom or self expression or political dissent?
Politics
Yesterday's virtual town hall was not about reporters versus citizens, or hardballs versus softballs, or real versus virtual. It was about opening up government to the people.