OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Ever since Google announced it would bring ultra high-speed internet to the metro, people have been wondering how it might be best put to use. Now an international competition to figure that out has been narrowed to 39 semi-finalists.
The Gigabit Challenge had 113 submissions from five continents and 24 states. It asked aspiring entrepreneurs for their ideas for business ideas that best used the Google network, and everyone from big names in the high-tech world to a metro grandpa made the cut.
In his Overland Park apartment grandfather of four, Michael McKinzy, developed a plan 20 years in the making that could change American history. A chad-free voting society.
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