Technology in Utah  

News related to the growth of technology-centric ecosystems in the State of Utah

David Fletcher's Government & Technology Weblog
State of Utah

Utah .Net User Group Blogs

Phil Windley
T. Jacobi
John Gotze

Science and Technology Stats

Funding and expenditure stats related to science and technology research and development in Utah

News from Device Logics, another Lindon-based company.

DoD's Software Technology Conference is scheduled for April 28th this year in Salt Lake City.

Surface Acoustic Wave Technology

Java Products in Utah

Government Technology discusses the dangers of promoting technology changes in the political environment.

  posted by David @ 8:46 PM

Saturday, February 01, 2003  

Jim's Pond

Jim Stewart is pondering seriously about where to go with his blog and whether to remain active in the blogosphere. I hope his answer his in the affirmative. I have enjoyed the contributions made by this new group of UEN bloggers and would hate to see them take a step backward. Jim's blogs are thoughtful meditations of life and technology.

  posted by David @ 9:58 PM

Sunday, January 26, 2003  

Streamlined Sales Tax and other news

The New York Times discusses the streamlined sales tax initiative with quotes from Governor Mike Leavitt.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jill N. Parrish and 3rd District Court Judge Ronald E. Nehring were announced as Governor Leavitt's candidates for the Utah Supreme Court during a news conference held in the state Capitol on Saturday afternoon.

Transportation grant will enhanced systems integration in Utah.

Wilson and Webb share their list of potential gubernatorial contenders.

Verdi White and others discuss homeland security in Utah's capital city.

Utah's seized property law is not being enforced.

Big energy costs at Utah colleges.

Academy of Math, Engineering, and Science to open at former Cottonwood High.

  posted by David @ 6:00 AM

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