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Addressing the State of the White House Technology

Since President Obama was sworn in and has switched to a new interface, there has been an endless amount of chatter about the state of the White House’s technology. Some discuss the shortcomings, while others defend it as just fine.

Tradition and Transition

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White House Unblocks Google

If the outgoing Bush Administration was thought to run a secretive, bubble-icious type of White House, the Obama Administration so far is proving to be the opposite. The redesign for greater transparency has already been widely noted—Presidential blog and all—but the website is now much more open to a new kind of visitor: the search engine spider.

Read More Gets a New Media Makeover

At 12:00 Eastern Time when Barack Obama officially became the President of the United States of America (by rule of the Constitution), transformed into its new version. And it’s got a heavy emphasis on new media.

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