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Posted on May 1, 2009
White House Twitter
Twitter.com / WhiteHouse

It’s not entirely clear how the White House joining the cyber-ranks of MySpace, Facebook and Twitter will serve to make the American government more “transparent” and “efficient,” but perhaps micro-blogging will save our democracy ... or maybe we’ll get to hear about what Joe Biden had for lunch.

The White House Blog:

Today the White House is taking steps to expand how the Administration is communicating with the public, including the latest information and guidance about the H1N1 virus. In addition to WhiteHouse.gov, you can now find us in a number of other spots on the web:

  * Facebook.com/WhiteHouse
  * MySpace.com/WhiteHouse
  * Twitter.com/WhiteHouse

The WhiteHouse blog will power a lot of the content in these networks, but we’re looking forward to hearing from our fans, friends and followers.

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By coloradokarl, May 7, 2009 at 10:02 pm Link to this comment

I thought a “Twitter” was the shudder that follows the shake and comes with a the sigh involved in the females orgasm. Am I missing something here?!?

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