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The Christian Science Monitor
ITIF's report doesn't argue that federal deficits should be ignored. The sequester originated in federal law as a blunt tool, to ensure that if politicians couldn't agree on a substantial deficit-reduction plan, some spending cuts would be imposed automatically.
The Washington Post
ITIF projects that the United States will spend less on all types of R&D as a percentage of its economy in the coming decade than countries like Australia and South Korea.
Bloomberg
Matthew Stepp comments on the success and limits seen in energy funding since ARPA-E's founding.
Globe and Mail
Rob Atkinson stressed to the Toronto "Globe and Mail" Canada's need to step up in the race for global advantage.
The Takeaway
The Takeaway cites ITIF's report on the negative impact of the sequester.

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Foreign cloud providers are leveraging the current queasiness over U.S. government spying to grab business, says Daniel Castro.
CIO
Doug Brake argues there needs to be a balance between expansion of gigabit networks and improving existing infrastructure.
Computerworld
We should be very mindful of creating a global organization with little accountability, says Daniel Castro.
Computerworld
Internet protests are increasing because they tend to be effective against Web services and online networks allow people to mobilize quickly, says Daniel Castro.
Fedscoop
Undersecretary of Commerce Mark Doms discussed the economic benefits of open data at a panel discussion hosted by the Center for Data Innovation.