Technology adviser quits unexpectedly
Says those against change have made him 'lightning rod'
The Romney administration's chief technology adviser, who spearheaded an initiative toward an ''open data" format for the state's computer systems, resigned unexpectedly yesterday, saying he had become a ''lightning rod" for those seeking to slow down or stop the changes that have gained worldwide attention. (Full article: 376 words)
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