You are not logged in. LOG IN NOW >

White House email follow-up

BY Matthew Burton | Monday, November 17 2008

Last week, I wrote about how a federal appeals court had ruled to preserve backup tapes full of internal emails from the Bush White House. Of course, the White House's Office of Administration has had email discussions ... Read More

Will geeks make good on Yes We Can?

BY Matthew Burton | Thursday, November 13 2008

I was heartened by (and a little jealous of) the title of a New York Times blog post this morning: Head East, Young Techie "Tech geeks are tickled that come January, one of their kind will be in the White House," writes ... Read More

The Politics of Government Email

BY Matthew Burton | Tuesday, November 11 2008

[With this post, we welcome to our expanding circle of contributing writers Matthew Burton, who is one part tech advisor to the intelligence community, one part government reform advocate, and a recent graduate of New ... Read More

The Politics of Government Email

BY Matthew Burton | Tuesday, November 11 2008

[With this post, we welcome to our expanding circle of contributing writers Matthew Burton, who is one part tech advisor to the intelligence community, one part government reform advocate, and one part recent graduate of ... Read More

Why I Help "The Man," and Why You Should Too

BY Matthew Burton | Friday, June 20 2008

Government is not the enemy, writes guest author Matthew Burton, a technologist who consults for the intelligence community, as well as a transparency activist. It's time for the loose coalition of bloggers, web ... Read More

Why I Help "The Man," and Why You Should Too

BY Matthew Burton | Friday, June 20 2008

Government is not the enemy, writes guest author Matthew Burton, a technologist who consults for the intelligence community, as well as a transparency activist. It's time for the loose coalition of bloggers, web ... Read More