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Losing Ground Bit by Bit: Low-Income Communities in the Information Age

Losing Ground Bit by Bit: Low-Income Communities in the Information Age by Susan Goslee is a report on the effect of current telecommunication technologies on low-income economies; it was published as part of the ongoing collaborative series What's Going On by the Benton Foundation and the National Urban League. Report chapters cover defining the technology gap, gap barriers, the need for better...
NASA - Johnson Space Center: Office of Technology Transfer and Commercialization

The Johnson Technology Commercialization Center (JTCC) opened in 1993 and is located close to the Johnson Space Center. The JTCC is funded by a grant from NASA and is managed by the IC2 Institute, an international research center for the study of Innovation, Creativity and Capital (ICC) at the University of Texas at Austin. Among its credits, the IC2 Institute manages the Austin Technology...
Discovery and Innovation: Federal Research and Development Activities in the Fifty States, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico

RAND, a nonprofit organization devoted to the research and analysis of policy making and decision making, released this report on June 15, 2000. Discovery and Innovation "provides the most comprehensive and detailed information to date on the nature, magnitude and whereabouts of the individual activities that make up the federal government's R&D [research and development] portfolio." The study...

The nonprofit MITRE Corporation "provides systems engineering, research and development, and information technology support to the government." MITRE's Web site contains many sections that highlight the organization's work. The Project Showcase has new and archived articles on a variety of cutting edge projects. Featured work and technical papers can be freely viewed from the Technology section....
Ubiquity of technology in (and outside) the courtroom present substantial challenges to the conduct of jury trials

As Jurors Turn to Web, Mistrials Are Popping Up [Free registration may be required] Facebook, Twitter throw US legal system into disarray Fumo Guilty on All Counts The Curse of the Information...