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[TechRepublic] If the Internet was a nation, who would be its president?

July 06, 2009

If the Internet was a nation, who would be its president?

Tech Sanity CheckThe Internet is a global community with over one billion residents. If it were a formal nation, who would its citizens elect as their fearless leader? Here are four candidates that I propose for a mock election. Make your vote count.

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