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1/25/2008 08:00 AM EST
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davisford
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davisford   1/31/2008 8:12:36 PM
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This really is not a great article, sorry. My biggest issue with the article is the complete exclusion of Ron Paul. If you are going to exclude someone, exclude Giuliani and Edwards who are both out of the race. Here's some info on Ron Paul's stance on the tech issue, since the author chose to exclude it: http://www.ontheissues.org/Ron_Paul.htm#Technology http://www.thelangreport.com/?p=308 http://www.news.com/2009-1040-6131719.html I guess even EE Times chooses to participate in this horrible trend

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m3000   1/29/2008 1:24:18 AM
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Readers of this article might find the following link to Obama's podcast on the Net Neutrality issue interesting: http://obama.senate.gov/podcast/060608-network_neutral/ It was reading about his stance, and nuanced understanding, of that issue that first led me to really look closer at his possible candidacy way back then. I've since discovered he has that same kind of depth in other issues too, unlike most politicians who just gloss over things. More information can also be found in the technology section of his website: http://www.barackobama.com/issues/technology/

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Jay King   1/25/2008 10:25:04 PM
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Great article, Rick. I have given you guys a hard time in the past for having a left-leaning bias in your reporting, but I fell this article was well written and well balanced. Regards, Jay King, San Diego, CA

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