There's a level of responsibility that hits like a ton of bricks when you realize decisions you make can directly impact peoples' lives.
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Which of the current crop of GOP candidates is better for tech, seems the most nuts, and can be elected? Read ZDNet Government columnist David Gewirtz' take on the field.
Hopefully, we'll be able to get a good, clear picture of how you feel about the issues.
This article, the second in the series, looks at policy questions, and explores what might have to change in our policy discussions to encourage more telecommuting.
There are enormous societal benefits to working from home, but no one is really aware of them. We can save up to 60.5 billion gallons of gas and 36.9 billion wasted hours each year if we work from home.
Don't blink. Don't close your eyes. Don't let your guard down. There are scary things that go bump in the night, but with technology, scary things also whir, beep, and bing.
What should Microsoft do to make this right?
The strange story of how a completely fake gas-powered clock radio got its Energy Star certification
You can't make this stuff up. And no, this is not an April Fool's joke. Except, maybe, on American taxpayers and consumers.
Sarah Palin has endorsed HP's former boss, Carly Fiorina, for Senator in California.
It's games like this that truly anger me. Neither party is putting America first, and that's what truly sucks.