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President-elect Barack Obama made his first weekly video address via YouTube this weekend. What’s it about? “Make no mistake—this is the greatest economic challenge of our times,” he says. Oh. Right.
President-elect Barack Obama is bringing the fireside chat to the Web, using the technology at his disposal to address Americans online in a new twist on the check-in pioneered by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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