“Tech Momma” of Greensboro, North Carolina, talks about bootstrapping your community

November 14th, 2006 |
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Maryam Scoble interviews Sue Polinsky, the “tech momma” of Greensboro, North Carolina. She helped plan the Converge South conference where Elizabeth Edwards spoke this year, but she’s had her hands in a ton of community projects, including helping set up free wifi in the downtown area — hear her passion for technology and her local community and learn how you can apply some of her ideas in your own community.

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