Welcome, folks. I'm at your disposal for the next hour (or as long as you find me at least somewhat interesting). The February 5 primaries are just a few days away, so let's chat.
One useful link, BTW, is our 2008 Tech Voter's Guide in which we surveyed the candidates about things like copyright, Net neutrality, and the Real ID Act. It's here:
Ask the Editor Live!
Topic: Who would make the best tech president?
Our next upcoming Ask the Editors Live chat event begins at 11 a.m. Pacific Time (2 p.m. Eastern), Thursday, January 31. Our special host will be CNET News.com chief political correspondent, Declan McCullagh, who will be here to answer questions about technology, politics, and the 2008 presidential election.
The topic can range from: Which candidate is the most tech-friendly? Who will protect online liberty the best? to How much does any of this matter when candidates are talking about Iraq, taxes, and healthcare instead? <br/><br/>
Declan, has spent a decade in Washington, D.C. writing about this and covered this year's New Hampshire primary. So mark your calendars, bookmark this page, get your questions ready, and join us for this live event!
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