Can Washington Learn From Silicon Valley?

Matt Lewis
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Posted: Jun 03, 2008 8:57 AM
Jose Vargas has an interesting profile today on Newt Gingrich's "point man" in the Silicon Valley, David Kralik:  
"Kralik is Gingrich's point man in the Valley, arriving nearly five months ago. He describes himself as a bridge between "a world that works: the Valley" and "a world that doesn't: Washington." The political gridlock. The circular bureaucracies. What Kralik fails to mention is that the Valley, too, has its faults, its own shortcomings. It's a bubble. And, just a few years ago, the bubble burst."