ShareTweet This week I was fortunate enough to ask Macon Phillips, the director of the office of new media at the White House, how he is able to hurdle government bureaucracy and create some of the Web’s most innovative uses
ShareTweet We made it home after my phone battery died so I had to stop blogging from my phone. The Internet was so spotty, it was for the best. I must say it was a great decision to go down
ShareTweet Carter gets cheers, Bush an awkward silence and a few flag waves, Clinton gets yet more cheers. Laura Bush and Lynn Cheney get loud boos. Then the speakers go out and we don’t hear Michelle Obama being announced with
ShareTweet So much for checkpoints!! There wasn’t a single one. So much also for restrictions on what you can bring onto the mall…there are people here with full-out picnic gear – chairs, blankets, backpacks, cards, food everything! Too bad we
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ShareTweet [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1pLFnPgD3g] This came a close second to Bono’s performance with U2. Even watching it on my computer gives me chills – especially when everyone comes up on the stage to sing together. Incredible.
ShareTweet We started out biking down close then swarms of people surrounded us, we regretted it, and took forever to backtrack. But we ended up with a sweet spot just below the Washington monument with about 10 screens in view
ShareTweet In celebration of the last week of Bush’s 8 painful years as president, I encourage all to read the beautiful writing of our next president in a letter to his daughters: ‘What I Want for You — and Every