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The following are representative papers and presentations from the last several years. 

The New Face of Government: E-Government in the United States, Institute for International Policy Studies, Tokyo, Japan, November 2001

Evaluating Your Readiness for the Networked World, Government Technologies Conference, Sacramento, CA, 2001

Connecting to Compete in the New Economy, IDEAL Seminar, 2001

E-Government: Services for the New Economy, Tucson, AZ, 2000

Using the Internet for Constructive Public Engagement, Executive Leadership Forum, Pasadena, 1999

The Digital Divide - Good News and Bad, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, Stanford University, 1999 

Does Place Matter Any More?, California Chapter of the American Planning Association, Bakersfield, CA, 1999 

Using the Internet for Constructive Public Engagement, Government Technology Executive Leadership Forum, Pasadena, CA, 1999 

Using the Net to Make Government Friendlier, Connect 99, Trondheim, Norway, 1999 

Civic Entrepreneurship and Creating Regional Opportunities, San Francisco, 1999 

Industrial Parks in the New Economy, University of San Diego Real Estate Conference, 1999 

New Strategies for Competing in the Information Age: Lessons from Silicon Valley, Gothenburg, Sweden, 1998

Technologies for Public Engagement, Danforth Foundation, St. Louis, 1998 

Livable Communities in the New Economy, Santa Clarita, California, 1998 
Encouraging Innovation, Aspen Institute, Lyon, France, 1998 

Lessons Learned from the Smart Valley Experience, Technologies 2000, Kongsberg, Norway, 1998 

From Industrial Parks to Innovation Communities, BI Forum, Norway, 12/1997 

Using the Internet as a Competitive Weapon, Retail Systems Association Conference, Dallas, Texas, 1996 

Building the Information Society One Region at a Time, Telecom '95, Geneva, Switzerland, 1995 

Internet Tutorial, Imaging Science and Technology Conference, Rochester, NY, 1994 

 
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