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September 17, 2010

Tiger (Sound) Bites

On my next to last day as Chief Technology Officer for the State of Vermont, my friends from VermontTiger.com came by to do a live interview. Murphy's law has no exceptions for CTOs; the technology didn't work as planned; the interview wasn't live - but it does exist.

We talked about what worked and didn't in stimulus, Vermont's broadband prospects, energy policy, and the swarm of organizations - for profit and nonprofit - in orbit around planet government, which are more of an obstacle to reducing government spending than the people visibly on the government payroll. I'll be writing about these things now that I have more time to blog; but you can get a preview by checking out the Tiger post and associated audio.

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