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Grading WhiteHouse.gov

Grading WhiteHouse.gov, By Jose Antonio Vargas, Washington Post, March 24, 2009.

Remember when government information was boring and no one talked about it? Well, not anymore! Now everyone wants to weigh in on making government information accessible and interesting and useful. At the Washington Post, there is a new series, Grading WhiteHouse.gov, “a monthly feature that invites five thinkers across the online political and cultural spectrum to grade President Obama’s WhiteHouse.gov.” Cool!

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