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05 May 2009



The roles in media are indeed changing. While I enjoyed following Obama on twitter when he was running for president, I'm still not sure how I feel about the White House being on Facebook. I was however pleasantly surprised when I searched White House on Flickr and found the White House Photostream a week ago. It is nice for us to be able to get a glimpse into our government. It is also nice to be able to feel like we will have a voice in our government for the first time in a long while, which is exactly what I feel these media experiences are bringing us. While most of what they are bringing us is (rightly so) superficial it still makes us (or me at least) feel like I have become part of the process. Great post!

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