CNet rates congress on tech

CNet has published an article rating senators and representatives based on how they voted for and against technology issues. It leads to some interesting conclusions, including high marks for George Allen (R-VA)--whose stance on net neutrality is up for grabs, but who's definitely in the camp of not calling for new legislation on the Internet; and very low marks for John Kerry (D-MA), whose record has him voting for more legislation on the net, despite being an initial supporter of the bill that outlawed taxes on the net. I'm not sure I agree completely with the methodology, but it's a data point going in to the elections on Tuesday.