WHAT THE GOV
What we have here is failure to ... do a lot of things, like exercise common sense
By Jack B. Winn
Maryland and Illinois may be joining the bandwagon to protect employer's social media passwords, but not the U.S House of Representatives. According to ABC7News in San Francisco, the House rejected a proposal to protect passwords on social media from
US Social Media Strategy Falling Short By Jack B. WinnWashington says it's listening, not just via snail mail, email and Twitter, but via Facebook, Quora, and several other social media sites too. Diplomats are Tweeting with activists and journalists in faraway countries. Bureaucrats are friending citizensread more
The week's 10 best political jokes – January 20, 2012"Hey honey, some guy I’ve never heard of is dropping out of the race" By Richard Hartman10. " Mitt Romney is coming under fire because even though he is a multimillionaire, he only paid 15 percent in taxes. That's not a tax, that's barely a tip." –Jay Leno 9. "Wikipedia and a number of websites blocked themselves outread more 5 Common Campaign Twitter Mistakes By OhMyGovPolitical candidates and campaigns have several reasons for using Twitter . They may want to build overall public exposure, establish branding, share information and increase voter support. While Twitter is simple to set up and use, it’s not without itsread more
The Media's Part in Bad Governing?
A recent press inquiry from Politico:
Hi Anonymous Source
I’m searching for “Obama babies,” children
that were conceived amidst the jubilation of President Obama’s election
back in November, who would likely to be born around now. If you have any tips,
would you please let me know?
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