Soft money makers

Damien Cave talks about the claim that Al Gore "invented the Internet" -- and Katharine Mieszkowski explains why Microsoft shareholders are concerned about "soft money" contributions to political candidates.


Katharine MieszkowskiDamien Cave
October 21, 2000 12:30AM (UTC)

Each week Janelle Brown, Katharine Mieszkowski and Damien Cave discuss the latest news in the world of technology.

This week Damien Cave corrects a soundbite that we all largely take for granted -- the idea that Al Gore claimed to have "invented the Internet" -- and Katharine Mieszkowski explains why Microsoft shareholders are concerned about "soft money" contributions to political candidates.

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Katharine Mieszkowski

Katharine Mieszkowski is a senior writer for Salon.

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Damien Cave

Damien Cave is an associate editor at Rolling Stone and a contributing writer at Salon.

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