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The White House Has a Geek-Filled Week

The White House Has a Geek-Filled Week

I guess I spoke too soon when I said that President Barack Obama has been keeping a low tech profile, because last week I was surprised when the White House added exclusive up close and personal photos of the president's first 100 days in office to its Flickr photo stream.

And I was already thoroughly impressed with the new administration adding a blog to the White House website, but they've outdone themselves yet again with an official Twitter account and now a stellar-looking MySpace page — both launching within the last few days.

What's next? A fancy iPhone app?


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itsme3683 itsme3683 6 years
Are you serious? This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard of. This is clearly just for PR, no real issues are going to be brought to the forefront, it's just a way to make our President seem "cool", which, believe it or not, is not in the Presidential job description. But seriously, he goes on about trying to eliminate wasted programs and then inevitably there's some PR intern getting paid to Twitter? I know it's just pennies, but this is absurd and unnecessary.
itsme3683 itsme3683 6 years
Are you serious? This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard of. This is clearly just for PR, no real issues are going to be brought to the forefront, it's just a way to make our President seem "cool", which, believe it or not, is not in the Presidential job description. But seriously, he goes on about trying to eliminate wasted programs and then inevitably there's some PR intern getting paid to Twitter? I know it's just pennies, but this is absurd and unnecessary.
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