[E-voting] Headlines From Unison.ie
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Thu Mar 11 18:03:27 GMT 2004
One gets you ten Jim can't even program his own video recorder.
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> [mailto:e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net]On Behalf Of Stuart McBride
> Sent: 11 March 2004 17:32
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> Subject: Re: [E-voting] Headlines From Unison.ie
> Just read this, co-incidentally.
> Jim's real point is that he's annoyed that more important economic
> issues aren't being discussed, which is probably a valid concern.
> The fact that he considers e-voting "a peripheral distraction of
> little note" just goes to show how little he knows or cares about it.
> He seems to assume IT experts are in favour of it, which also goes
> to show how that's still a popular perception, even among people
> you'd think would be better informed.
> Quoting mmcgaley at cs.may.ie:
> > You have received a Unison.ie News Headline from Margaret McGaley
> > Time-wasting technophobes holding us up
> > Politicians are wasting time on peripheral distractions of
> little note while
> > ignoring more pressing policy issues that will impact on the economy
> > Go to
> http://www.unison.ie/business/index.php?ca=80&si=1143373&eid=37812 for
> > the full story.
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