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Techies favour Obama

Plus, The Bible 2.0 and voting from space

October 29, 2008
OMG! The Catholics want to put the Gospel on an iPod!
Shark Tank
Shaky reports on what could be the mother (or the father, perhaps) of all RFPs:

“A group of Catholic bishops has called on innovative followers to make use of technology to spread the Good News. This includes Internet channels, virtual distribution and even iPods.”

What’s your opinion?

Message From the Space Station: Vote
Wired
Loretta Hidalgo Whitesides explains why most people really have no excuses for not voting:

“Commander Michael Fincke and Flight Engineer and Science Officer Greg Chamitoff, who are currently on board the International Space Station, have already voted thanks to a 1997 effort by Texas legislators to develop a secure way for astronauts in space to vote.”

What’s your opinion?

Tech pros favor Obama by more than 2 to 1
ComputerWorld
Preston Gralla has crunched the tech support numbers for the US presidential race.

“If tech pros could rule the election, they’d vote Barack Obama in by a landslide over John McCain by a whopping 63% to 27%. So says the tech job site Dice.”

What’s your opinion?