You are not logged in. LOG IN NOW >

What a Clinton-ified State.gov looks like

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, December 17 2009

"Smart power meets smart design." How's that for killing two messaging birds with one stone? Read More

Virginia youth's YouTube comments caught attention of Taliban recruiter

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, December 14 2009

For all our talk about celebrating the unifying and empowering potential of technology, we can't ignore the fact that sometimes what is being strengthened is violent, dangerous extremism. We pretend that isn't the case ... Read More

Stanton switches from White House to State

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, December 3 2009

A staffing update: Katie Stanton, whose hiring by the White House we covered earlier this year, will be departing the White House new media team headed by Macon Phillips to join the State Department. Read More

Transformation, Not Texting: The State Dept's Vision for a Wired World

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 24 2009

Points off to David Rothkoph trotting out the "pantsuits" trope in the very lede of his Washington Post piece yesterday on Hillary Clinton. But Rothkoph should be given more credit for attempting to slot ... Read More

The Obama-Clinton One-Two Tech-Powered Public Diplomacy Punch

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, July 16 2009

If you spent much time reading the commentary around Hillary Clinton's Council on Foreign Relations speech yesterday, you just couldn't get away from the idea that this marked Clinton's attempt to plant her own flag as ... Read More

Revisiting Twitter-gate: Clinton Highlights State's Efforts to "Keep Technologies Up and Going"

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, July 15 2009

An interesting note jumps out from Hillary Clinton's big speech before the Council on Foreign Relations today. Read More

Breaking: Clinton Makes Vague Remarks in the General Direction of Twitter

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, June 17 2009

Hillary Clinton was asked by reporters today about the outreach from within her State Department to Twitter. Read More