US Ignite

 Ground Zero CNRI & GigaBit Testbed Initiative The Genesis of US Ignites.  The design and building of “The Matrix”
National Science Foundation (NSF)  The NSF is DARPA’s Spouse, except even more evil as funding agency of US Ignite
January 19, 2011 National Science Foundation (NSF) – Background Whitehouse OSTP has first roundtable about US Ignite
May 16, 2011 NSF – Gigabit Applications Workshop, Arlington VA NSF & OSTP Co-Hosted Workshop – Attendees & Agenda
June 9-10, 2011 NSF – US Ignite Workshop Co-sponsored by Case Western, OSTP, and NSF Meeting with “potential partners”
June 9-10, 2011 NSF – US Ignite Workshop Slide Presentation Public Services in a GigaBit World (Smart Healthcare Control Grid)
June 9-10, 2011 NSF – US Ignite Workshop Videos Videos of presentation discussing the all-encompassing control grid
Benton Foundation  (Cast of Big-Media Characters) The Media Industrial Complex – Universal Affordable Broadband for All Americans
September 12, 2011 US Ignite: A New Foundation for America’s Broadband Future makes formal announcement of Executive Order
November 3-4, 2011 NSF – US Ignite Workshop at GENI Engineering, Kansas City US Ignites Conference in conjunction with 12th GENI Engineering Conference (GEC12)
June 13, 2012 “We Can’t Wait” Obama Executive Order White House Announces 100-Partner “US Ignite” Broadband Initiative
June 14, 2012 U.S. Ignite Initiative Launch @ White House
GENI Website Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI)
GENI Information Page
US Ignite Website
US Ignite Information Page
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Information about the OSTP
National Science Foundation (NSF) – Timeline The history go the NSF
National Science Foundation (NSF) – US Ignite US Ignite at the NSF
Coming Soon:
Mind Control Techniques and Technology
Military, Media & Medical Industrial Complex (3M’s)
Neuro Linguistic Programming
Education – Common Core
Agenda 21
Homeland Security
Manufacturing / Industry

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