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Deprogramming Note

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 8 2010

For the hundreds, nay, dare I say thousands of you planning to come out tomorrow to the Atlantic's "State of the Union for Technology" event featuring, among others, yours truly, we just got word that it's be ... Read More

Housekeeping

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, January 14 2010

Just a note to say that posting -- from me, at least -- will be light as I pop down to DC for today's White House forum on modernizing government. Blogging from the Bolt Bus, my preferred method of NY-to-DC travel, ... Read More

Whoops

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, January 8 2010

You might have noticed that when you attempted to get to techpresident.com this morning, you didn't exactly get what you were expecting. We've fixed the problem, although we're not exactly sure what triggered it. Our ... Read More

The decade in tech politics, featuring techPres and friends

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, December 29 2009

Huffington Post technology editor Jose Antonio Vargas has compiled a list of this last decade's ten biggest moments at the intersection of technology and politics, a field that really came of age in the aughts. Some of ... Read More

Happy holidays!

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, December 23 2009

Folks, with that, things here in the world of Personal Democracy Forum and techPresident will be quiet for a while as as we enjoy some holiday downtime through the new year. We reserve the right to blog if things come up ... Read More

Time for PdF Europe

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, November 18 2009

Programming Note

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, October 12 2009

I'm headed to Mexico City tomorrow on a trip led by the State Department, getting back late Friday. What that means for our relationship is that blogging will be light, but I look forward to having great stuff for you ... Read More

Headline Do-Over

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, July 15 2009

A correspondent writes to suggest that a better title for this post would have been "Cameras in Court: Oyez or Oy Vey?" He is correct. Read More