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Our representatives MUST be better informed on technology

January 20th, 2012

I hope the SOPA/PIPA battle will help to hasten an end to those who are willfully and stubbornly ignorant about technology. Technology effects every part of our lives and I find it repugnant that anyone charged with governing would gladly brag about how little they know about it.

Could technology knowledge be a defining factor in breaking through the “old white men” bias of government and help to inject some new thinking into government?

One can hope!

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