TechDecision ’08: Cast Your Votes!

By  |  Monday, November 3, 2008 at 9:02 pm

No negative campaigning. No robocalls. No stump speeches full of impossible promises. And absolutely no hanging chads. You don’t have to register, either–actually, you don’t even have to be a U.S. citizen.

Nope, Technologizer’s TechDecision ’08 is just a silly little poll that lets you vote for your favorite tech-related products and companies in five categories, and take a stance on six imaginary tech-related propositions.

Your ballot is after the jump–make your choices and press the “vote” buttons in each category to register them. Your country thanks you. Oh all right, your country couldn’t care less–but Technologizer thanks you, and it might be fun to see the results.

And it’s now Tuesday on the east coast, so let the voting begin!

OFFICIAL TECHDECISION ’08 BALLOT

CANDIDATES FOR ELECTIVE OFFICE

PROPOSITIONS


PROPOSITION A

PROPOSITION B

PROPOSITION C

PROPOSITION D

PROPOSITION E

PROPOSITION F

Thanks for voting! We’ll report on the results Tuesday night once the Technologizer polls close at 8pm PT.

 
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  1. Alan Says:

    Now if we can get political elections on the web. If I can bank, trade stocks and order a pizza all from the web, why can’t I vote for my President. Thanks for this ballot, it was fun.

  2. John Says:

    +1 to Alan’s comment

    Why can’t we vote on the web? Paper ballots get corrupted, lost, or thrown in San Francisco Bay, how would that be different if it was electronic? ­čśŤ