[LINK] and the web in the US election Re: Tanner eyes web 2.0 tools

Marghanita da Cruz marghanita at ramin.com.au
Wed Nov 5 10:01:11 AEDT 2008

Jan Whitaker wrote:
> At 08:53 AM 5/11/2008, Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
>> Mr Tanner said the Government not only had to adapt to a world moving
>> online, but would have to do so at an ever-increasing pace. "As a huge
>> creator and manager of information with an obligation to be open and
>> transparent, we have little choice," he said.
> Maybe if they do, the Age will start adding a comments ability on 
> their stories, too, and stop weeding out the letters to the editor, 
> which is a crap shoot as to whether they get 'published', even 
> electronically. Perhaps the new editor will take that on board. I 
> don't read the other papers, so this is a Fairfax issue.

Curiously the candidates have used .com not .org domains.

I'm impressed this site is now showing where to vote on the home page!

This one is taking a long time to download the logo...and still inviting people 
to join the team..

Online Coverage here:

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