As the U.S. slowly recovers after sparking the global financial crisis, China appears to be leading the world out of recession. But some Chinese say their economy has a long way to go, and America still has some big advantages.
He didn’t explicitly call on China’s leaders to lift the veil of state control that restricts Internet access and online social networking here. But President Obama did tiptoe — ever so lightly — into that controversial topic on Monday when he told students in Shanghai that a free and unfettered Internet is a source of strength, not weakness.
This is my first time traveling to China, and I'm excited to see this majestic country. Here, in Shanghai, we see the growth that has caught the attention of the world -- the soaring skyscrapers, the bustling streets and entrepreneurial activity. And just as I'm impressed by these signs of China's journey to the 21st century, I'm eager to see those ancient places that speak to us from China's distant past.
We know about the 10 kinds of people. (You know, those who can read binary and those who can’t.) This is PC Speak: An Abney and Associates Internet and Technology Research Lab - Technology related to every day life!
The second Annual MATRC Summit took place March 17 - 19, 2013 in Richmond, Virginia. The theme of the Summit was "Telehealth and the Affordable Care Act: Challenges and Opportunities". For the full agenda, including speaker bios and list of sponsors, go to http://matrc.org/images/docs/2013matrc_summitagendamar13-11pm.pdf