I'm doing a live chat Thursday about technology, politics, and the 2008 presidential election, and you're invited to participate. Topics include: Which candidate is the most tech-friendly? Who will protect online liberty the best? Who actually understands economics? And how much does any of this matter when candidates are talking about Iraq, the economy, and health care instead?
By way of background, check out News.com's 2008 voters' guide that we published in January. John Edwards may not be in the race any more, but the other candidates we profiled still are.
And at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. EST Thursday, here's the live link for the chat. Join us!