not sure if you saw this Ryan - an article from The Register back in
...Back at Rebuilding Iraq 2, Klein tells us: "At the
Microsoft-sponsored cocktail reception in the Galaxy Ballroom that
evening, Robert Dees urges us 'to network on behalf of the people of
Iraq.'" According to the conference agenda, Microsoft is a Platinum
Sponsor, whereas HP is a mere "supporter." Klein reports that Microsoft
is helping develop e-government in Iraq, "which Dees admits is a little
ahead of the curve, since there is no g-government in Iraq--not to
mention functioning phones lines."http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/archive/34970.html
On Wednesday, March 31, 2004, at 07:45 PM, Ryan Griffis wrote:
> lengthy story in Wired that showed up as a top link in
> the blogosphere, at least some people are reading
> about this...
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