Obama website brings change online

Awhile back I tipped my hat to UK PM Gordon Brown for embracing the power of online communications. The funny-because-it’s-true footnote was the outrageous idea that the Bush administration might one day be that smart.

Moot point, as Obama starts packing up his belonging for the road trip to D.C. CNN reports that the President-elect has his website up and running:

Within 24 hours of last week’s historic vote, his transition team rolled out change.gov, a Web site that promises to be “your source for the latest news, events and announcements so that you can follow the setting up of the Obama administration.”

…Visitors can fill out a form to share their stories about what the election meant to them, or they can give their vision of an Obama presidency. They can even apply for a job.

The site is at http://change.gov/, and the blog makes extensive use of multimedia.

I feel the Change!


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