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Brad Ideas: Fixing money in politics: Free, open "campaign in a box"
I’m waiting at CDG in Paris, so it’s time to add a new article to my series about fixing money in politics by looking at another thing campaigns spend money on (and thus raise money for), namely management of their campaigns.A modern campaign ...
Dateline: 2014-11-01 4:30am -07:00T (839 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-30 3:30pm -07:00T (808 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-30 2:30am -07:00T (808 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-29 1:30pm -07:00T (808 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-29 4:00am -07:00T (808 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-28 8:00pm -07:00T (808 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-28 12:45pm -07:00T (808 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-28 6:15am -07:00T (766 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-28 12:30am -07:00T (766 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-27 7:45pm -07:00T (766 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-27 3:45pm -07:00T (766 words)
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Brad Ideas: Are today's challenges of making robocars dealbreakers?
There’s been a lot of press recently about an article in Slate by Lee Gomes which paints a pessimistic picture of the future of robocars, and particularly Google’s project. The Slate article is a follow-on to a similar article in MIT Tech Rev...
Dateline: 2014-10-27 12:45pm -07:00T (766 words)
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Brad Ideas: Is Carpool cheating the answer?
A recent newspaper column where people complained about carpool cheats got me thinking — could cheating actually be a solution to some carpool problems?For many years, the wisdom was that carpool lanes were helping traffic and the environment, but t...
Dateline: 2014-10-26 4:15pm -07:00T (1877 words)
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Brad Ideas: Live public test in Singapore
In late August, I visited Singapore to give an address at a special conference announcing a government sponsored collaboration involving their Ministry of Transport, the Land Transport Authority and A-STAR, the government funded national R&D centre. I g...
Dateline: 2014-10-22 2:30pm -07:00T (421 words)
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Brad Ideas: Tesla, Audi and other recent announcements
Some recent announcements have caused lots of press stir, and I have not written much about them, both because of my busy travel schedule, but also because there is less news that we might imagine.Tesla is certainly an important company to watch. As the ...
Dateline: 2014-10-21 4:15pm -07:00T (554 words)
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