Editor's note: This is the second in a series of articles discussing how people in the tech industry are working with or around federal and state governments.
Can you chart a logical path from a 2003 academic conference on the legal issues surrounding virtual worlds and online games to Barack Obama's first executive action as president?
Beth Noveck can.
If you're not familiar with her--and few outside her specific professional and social circles would be--Noveck, a 38-year-old lawyer originally from Toms River, N.J., is Obama's deputy chief technology officer for open government.
Precisely what &… Read more