Competing For Your Vote

In addition to the endless media attention to every aspect of the presidential race between John McCain and Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Sarah Palin voters are being asked to make other critical decisions on change and on market leaders. Below are three decisions voters will make this season:

Browsers

Google’s new “Chrome” browser vs Microsoft’s new Internet Explorer version 8 vs Firefox version 3. You can read Walt Mossberg’s opinion here.

Cell Phone OS

And for you cell phone users, TechCrunch reported that Apple’s iPhone operating systems is adding 800,000 users/week vs the current leading cell phone operating system called “Symbian” which is owned by Nokia. You can vote with your fingers.

Cars

Car makers are scrambling to unload gas guzzlers and bring smaller cars to market. How small is small enough?

Been There Done That on October 15th

In a rare appearance, come hear Bob Coleman, President of Mantech give his thoughts on the landscape of the federal contracting space and tell his story on October 15, 2008. Past speakers have included Joe Kampf, Bahman Atefi, Jack London, Renny DiPentima, and Donna Morea. This series, titled “Been There Done That” will honor his lifetime achievement in building and running one of the most successful companies in the DC area. Click here to register.

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