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WhiteHouse.gov: open government

posted by Aziz Poonawalla

Change came to the virtual White House as well as the physical one yesterday – WhiteHouse.gov has re-launched in true Obama fashion by featuring a blog as its centerpiece and promises to publish legislation and executive orders online for the public to review. I have some commentary on the role of the WH.gov website as a civic instrument over at metaBLOG and defend it from critiques that it isn’t “open” enough (by not allowing comments, etc).



  • Sydney

    Definitely the appropriate given Blog is very important for us because it is a very helpful source of communication between themselves and public as well as the Business also we can share our own feelings. Barak Obama is a talented President he has brilliant idea about politics i think he will get success very soon. Democratic government are looking for a change in America they are doing quite good job. If i talk about the website then it is also giving a great contribution for communicating. I hope Obama will take care of all these problems in U.S.A. I think the American as well as black American has lots of expectations from Osama’s government.
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