Monthly Archives: September 2011

Internet Voting: Cost-Benefit Analysis – They forgot the BENEFIT PART!

Cost-Benefit Analysis. Is there anything more basic? It’s like “supply and demand”. You don’t have to be an MBA to understand that with ANY undertaking (in ANY realm be it in business or politics or, gosh, even voting technology) the … Continue reading

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Internet Voting Astroturf Detractors: Consider the Source – Beware the Againsters!

I mentioned in my last post, a piece about Dr. William Kelleher and his contributions to this movement, that I would be talking next about the “againsters”. In fact, I have been working on the draft of this post for … Continue reading

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Thanks, Dr. Kelleher!

Every grass roots movement has a founder, an individual who believes so much in something that he or she devotes themselves completely to a cause before anybody else even knows that it is a cause. In my opinion, in the … Continue reading

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