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Before Drupal, There Was "The Tool"

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 30 2009

Even smaller than the fraternity of people who have served as President of the United States is the fraternity of those who have served as the Internet Director to the President of the United States. David Almacy is a ... Read More

White House Blog Has a Word with Edmunds (Updated)

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 30 2009

UPDATE: On the off chance you don't read "Fast Lane," the blog of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, here's a pointer to a post in which he gives a high five to the White House for getting his ... Read More

Drupal Knows Best? The White House Debate Continues

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, October 29 2009

We linked yesterday to a piece from Slate's Chris Wilson in which he made the case that White House's switch to the open-source content management system Drupal for its WhiteHouse.gov site and related projects was a ... Read More

Tim O'Reilly's Three Insights into the Drupaling of the White House

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, October 26 2009

Publisher, conference convener, and lover of animal pen drawings Tim O'Reilly gives us his insight into how the White House just Read More

Clearing the Cache: Palin's Facebook Pals Soar

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, July 6 2009

U.S. bloggers like WhiteHouse.gov. A lot more than a year ago, Morningside Analytics shows (with pretty pictures, too). Read More

Relive Your Glory Days on Whitehouse.gov

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, June 23 2009

Those forward-thinking web folks at the White House are commemorating today's 37th anniversary of the passage of Title IX by asking for photos of your Title-IX enabled moments, like the shot to the right of U.N. ... Read More

"Streamed and Interactive": White House Adds Facebook Chat to Health Care Forum

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, June 18 2009

The White House new media team engaged in an interesting first-time-ever sort of thing this afternoon. Read More

Civic Literacy and Digital Engagement

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, June 12 2009

An encouraging sign from the increasingly wired White House that they're hearing the critique that not everyone in the circa-2009 U.S. is ready or able to engage online -- submitting YouTube questions to the President ... Read More