White House Web Presence Gets Mediocre Marks From Tech Experts

by Benjamin Domenech on 10:31 am April 27, 2009

Barack Obama’s presidential campaign was an online juggernaut, and the new administration has proposed to use that technological wizardry to make government more transparent. But while new media observers give the team’s two most ambitious Web sites — the overhaul of WhiteHouse.gov and the stimulus-tracking Recovery.gov — an “A” for effort, the consensus is that Obama’s online efforts have a long way to go in the next 100 days.

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