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May 31st, 2007
Who will be America's first 'tech president'?
And Gov. Mitt Romney does list technology as an issue on his website, but only with one paragraph mentioning investing "substantially in technologies related to power generation, nanotechnology, and materials science." But so far none of the candidates are really emphasizing the Internet itself as a major factor in America's future. It's as if they all think it's a settled topic.
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