There's no end to how technology will continue to change our meetings. Just look at this month's cover story, about a town meeting of 600 New York City residents, politicians, and business leaders who came together to brainstorm about the redevelopment of downtown and the future of the WTC site. At the meeting, participants at each table used laptops to send ideas to a control center in the room. The staff at the control center identified the strongest patterns that emerged from each table ...

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