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America's Got Questions

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 1 2010

This week and last, we've been treated to a veritable mini-explosion of examples of how a thoroughly modern American president just might engage with the rest of the republic. First, last week we had Obama's gripping ... Read More

Talking Back to Obama's First State of the Union, via YouTube

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, January 26 2010

One big question this morning: will the President tell people to head to YouTube during his first State of the Union address? The White House announced on the White House blog this morning that Obama's SOTU on Wednesday ... Read More

The Giant Blog in the White House

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, January 14 2010

I'll have a recap later of today's modernizing government summit, but this caught my eye. When nothing's happen in the White House press room, at least, the monitor basically becomes a giant RSS reader for the White ... Read More

White House, Hill GOP to hear from BlogHer

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, December 16 2009

BlogHer, the online network that serves to advance the voices of women, is heading to Washington to brief the White House and members of Congress on how to use technology to engage women online. Here's BlogHer's Erin ... Read More

White House front pages an invitation to comment

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, December 15 2009

Over on Technology Liberation Front, Cato's Jim Harper is thrilled with a small tweak to the homepage of Whitehouse.gov that added a "Comment on Pending Legislation" option under the running list of Featured ... Read More