Stories by Jennifer Jones and Bob Trott

The Politics of Technology

As the Republicans and Democrats duke it out to try and win the hearts and minds of voters before the November election, they at least agree on one thing: The high-tech industry is important -- really important.

Wired Politics, Round Two

Not to be outdone by the Republicans, which had the first-ever broadband convention last month, the Democrats on Monday have harnessed tech tools such as streaming video, Internet chats, and a string of wireless applications for their party's Los Angeles soiree.

The Net Effect on Politics

The Republican National Convention this week stood as a proving ground of sorts for technology and the Internet, which have moved from being a novelty in the 1996 race to becoming a critical tool in the 2000 elections.

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