Innovation is the source of economic prosperity and global progress, simplifying routines and enriching quality of life. The internet has fundamentally altered how the world works, communicates and thinks. The global information revolution has ushered in a new era of global conversations, cooperation and crowd-sourcing among researchers, speeding the spread of new ideas and technologies in every discipline. Researchers race to develop energy alternatives, synthetic biology, transportation improvements, environmental protections or cures for disease. Governments must keep up pace with funding of education and infrastructure as well as regulations on patents, immigration, intellectual property protections and more.

Programming Jobs are Heading Overseas by the Thousands

Is there a way for the US to stay on top?
Stephen Baker
February 23, 2004

Innovative India

Please don’t call it outsourcing
April 5, 2004

Buying Outside the Microsoft Box

Singapore's open source opportunity
Alvin Pang
April 1, 2004

Online, the Armies Have No Borders

The internet can unite groups of like-minded people around the world, including terrorists
William J. Holstein
April 28, 2002

China Clamps Down on Web News Discussion

The internet destabilizes Chinese politics
Mark Magnier
February 26, 2004

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