Today Whitehouse.gov is a glimpse into just how the Obama administration views the digital world.
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Borrowing a leaf from President-elect Obama's reliance on high-tech tools to win the White House, hunger groups are launching their own tech-heavy drives to feed America's hungry.
(cross-post from La Marguerite blog)
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Arianna Huffington and Ashton Kutcher discuss how the Internet is changing politics, Kutcher's new-media efforts and the Huffington Post's plans for the future.
President-elect Obama's mobilizing the millions of young people who supported his presidential campaign to help him as he prepares to govern a troubled country.
Web 2.0 will die. The universal social networks that are its public face cannot survive because they cannot propagate a sustainable user base willing to pay for its services.
Obama is inviting every American -- and Canadian, oddly -- to take our Seat At The Table where we'll have access to Transition Team documents and community discussions.
If the new president goes straight to the people with his talking points, will the Obama administration even need the elite mainstream media to get his message out?
Obama's launch of Democracy 2.0 is revolutionary: it allows for bi-directional communication, and activism that directs large-scale movements of the grassroots to take particular actions.
The American Press Institute is huddled behind closed doors this week in crisis mode discussing how to save the deadwood editions that still turn a profit.
Our social action is unrecognizable to older generations. They wonder why we spend so much time online, join Facebook groups, and tweet our lives away.
Young people, who overwhelmingly oppose both the Iraq war and the policies of President George W. Bush, have done more than just vote. They've jumped into politics -- their style of politics.
Kids are now producing the kind of content we once shielded them from. There are cases pending in court where the kids are being charged with production of child pornography.
The World Economic Forum was more college than commitment. But this meeting, to my ears, was surprisingly candid and left its participants with plenty of homework.
The McCain web strategists are combining an outdated strategy of tight control with a woeful neglect of Web 2.0 tools.
The Republicans, perhaps the savviest marketers of them all, know how to tap into the resentment at smarty-pants, self-appointed urban authorities.
Yelp is a pinnacle of web 2.0. Members write reviews of every type of businesses -- for a fabulous meal, or write something wretched if you saw a mouse ran across the floor of the restaurant.
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Here's how you can stay up-to-date with the DNCC through the latest technology, and even follow reports from some of your favorite online news sources.
Google isn't everything; we need to discontinue thinking of Google as the Internet age's umbrella -- its dominance is as much a product of the Internet as our own evolving neuroses.
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Twitter should take full advantage o...
At the heart of this bottom up revolution is a concept called Health 2.0, which promises to do for medical care what the Web did for travel only a few years ago.
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