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Internet+ Effects: Declining Significance of Nation-State and Government

The 21st century—certainly since 2007 with the emergence of the smartphone and cloud computing—is the Internet+ Age; a time in which the Internet, with attendant hardware (e.g., computers, smartphones, and sensors) and software (e.g., the cloud, Google, and  apps), dominates … Continue reading

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Review: Beth Simon Noveck, Smart Citizens, Smarter State

Here’s my review of Noveck’s Smart Citizens, Smarter State.  I’ve also posted my review on Amazon. Rejection of Open Internet Networks In Smart Citizens, Smarter State, Noveck says governments are unable to use open Internet networks to bring about needed … Continue reading

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Internet Citizens: Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime

As I point out in my blog post, Strategy for Our Internet World, the Internet and its attendant hardware and software dominate and this means that we must use the Internet to optimize our effectiveness for betterment.  In my writing … Continue reading

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