The Democrats Vote `Yea' For A High Tech Convention
Although their candi date may face an uncertain future, delegates at the Democratic National Convention should have a sure-fire winner in the technology at their command. IBM, AT&T, Lotus, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and others have supplied cutting-edge computer and telecommunications gear for the four-day event at New York's Madison Square Garden. To accommodate the expected 40,000 conventioneers, the hall will be outfitted with cellular-telephone antennas and local-area personal-computer networks.
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