Archives for September 2011

Immigration and Competitiveness

Back in June, I blogged about immigration as it affects student entrepreneurs at Georgia Tech. Apparently that qualified me as an expert on immigration policy! Someone at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce noticed what I'd written and invited me to a forum in Washington yesterday on "Immigration and American Competitiveness." … [Read more...]

M2M and the Internet of Things

Last Tuesday, September 20th, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and Numerex invited me to address the Second International M2M Standardization Meeting as the keynote speaker for their dinner at the Carter Center. I didn't know anything about M2M, but that's never stopped me from speaking before! So I started doing a little … [Read more...]

Georgia Forward

For my column this month, I wanted to talk about the Georgia Forward conference that was held at Callaway Gardens in mid-August. From their website, "Georgia Forward is an independent, non-partisan organization working to improve the state of Georgia by engaging business, political, academic and civil leaders to collaboratively shape a statewide … [Read more...]