Monthly Archives: March 2010

Poll Reveals Increased Awareness of the Importance of Investment in Education, Technology and Innovation to U.S. Economic Growth

Last week saw publication of a new Zogby poll that surveyed U.S. voters on the role of innovation and technology in America’s future growth. The poll was unveiled by TechNet, a national, bipartisan network of CEOs committed to working with … Read more >

Changing Our Perspectives on Healthcare Reform

This has been a hard—occasionally embarrassing and even frightening—time to be an American. The healthcare reform and reconciliation bills have ushered in some of the nastiest political bickering and fear mongering seen in my short lifetime. Our media megaphone that … Read more >

Intel Joins Advocacy Groups and Other Tech Companies to Recommend Updating Privacy Framework for Law Enforcement Access to Digital Information

Intel today is joining a broad coalition of privacy groups, think tanks, technology companies, and academics to issue recommendations for updating the key federal law that defines the rules for government access to email and private files stored in the … Read more >

America’s Next Generation of Innovators

After Intel hosted The Innovation Economy Conference last December, I’ve been thinking about one of the four key pillars identified as essential to innovation. People. More specifically, the critical role education, immigration policy, and incentives for advancement play in the … Read more >

Intel Joins Forces to Increase Home Broadband Adoption in U.S.

By Margie Dickman, Senior Policy Counsel at Intel Intel has joined forces with non-profits, leading tech companies, and broadband service providers to form the Digital Adoption Coalition, which will focus on increasing broadband adoption among low-income households across the country. … Read more >

Home-Based Health Leaders, Unite!

I like to think of myself as being a lot like George Clooney. Okay, okay, more like Ryan Bingham, the airport- and airmile-addicted character he plays in the recent movie, Up in the Air. (Except I don’t have his good … Read more >