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27 March 2007


Deval Patrick recently relaunched his campaign website to be a Web 2.0 style website, allowing anyone to post issues and have people vote on them-- see Boston Globe article, which is implicitly critical. It’s an interesting experiment, and notable that it is not an official government website, but still, essentially, a campaign website (e.g., you can donate money to his campaign).

Posted by David Lazer at March 27, 2007 10:33 PM