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The iPad Has Fans in the White House

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, June 10 2010

And yet, reports, the Washington Post's Michael Shear, the Apple device "has hardly helped President Obama change the way Washington works." More here. Read More

White House Goes Open(ish) for Questions on Gulf Oil Spill

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, June 10 2010

The Obama administration came into the White House with the reputation of being uber-agile at navigating the modern news environment. But those skills don't seem to have done much to help it counter the narrative that ... Read More

Watch: Presidential Presser on the Oil Leak

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 27 2010

I'm slow on the trigger here, but it's worth mentioning that you can right now watch what's proving to be a fiery presidential press conference on the Gulf Coast leak on the underappreciated White House Live. Read More

A Taste of Data.gov's New Recipe

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 20 2010

Wired.com's Eliot Van Buskirk got a sneak peak at the new Data.gov, a.k.a. the redesign of the year-old White House data hub that will be officially released tomorrow. From the looks of it, the revamped site should ... Read More

White House Deputy CTO Andrew McLaughlin Slapped for Gmailing with Googlers

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, May 17 2010

A 2008 photo of Andrew McLaughlin taken by Joi Ito, used under a Creative Commons license. Read More