>Hillary Clinton is coming to town

>It’s a town hall meeting at Drexel in Philadelphia, assuming I do get in (and get to ask a question). What technology related question would you like me to ask.
I’d personally like to bring up:

  • voting machines
  • open standards
  • free software

But am having trouble making a great question that is pointed and *might* actually get a useful answer.

Oh and:
bryan@homer:~$ history|awk ‘{a[$2]++ } END{for(i in a){print a[i] ” ” i}}’ |sort -rn|head
133 sudo
61 exit
38 ls
28 cd
26 ssh
12 kernelcheck
11 cat
9 rm
8 totem
8 ./test-script
bryan@homer:~$ sudo su
[sudo] password for bryan:
root@homer:/home/bryan# history|awk ‘{a[$2]++ } END{for(i in a){print a[i] ” ” i}}’ |sort -rn|head
15 ls
11 nano
11 bash
10 cd
7 lsmod
6 cat
5 ssh
5 seahorse
5 exit
5 /etc/init.d/gdm
root@homer:/home/bryan#

One thought on “>Hillary Clinton is coming to town”

  1. >Use this formula to ask a pointed question that will get an answer (even if the politician knows nothing about the issue): Do you think [opponent] is winning votes because of his/her support for [issue].

    So, for example, Do you think Senator Obama is leading the delegate count because of his support for voting machine reform? Do you think Senator Obama gained the majority of votes in Pennsylvania according to a recent poll because of his commitment to open standards? Do you think Senator Obama won the votes of independent voters in Bible-belt states because he encourages the use of free software?

    -Dave

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