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Gibbs clarifies White House Twitter archiving policy

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says that only his tweets and direct messages to him will be preserved under the Presidential Records Act.

By Garance Franke-Ruta  |  February 17, 2010; 6:35 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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Tweets of @PressSec Robert Gibbs prompt Twitter questions from WH press

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on Tuesday pronounced himself fascinated by Twitter.

By Garance Franke-Ruta  |  February 16, 2010; 5:51 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
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Google apologizes for offensive image of first lady

Search engine behemoth Google has taken out a house ad to apologize for image-search results delivered for first lady Michelle Obama that show the No. 1 image of her online to be a racist caricature of her.

By Garance Franke-Ruta  |  November 24, 2009; 12:20 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (75)
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The GOP: Luddites or high tech?

Are Republicans trailing the Democrats in their ability to exploit new technology to communicate with voters -- or overtaking them?

By Web Politics Editor  |  November 19, 2009; 7:56 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (27)
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Antiwar Protesters Take to White House Facebook Page

By Garance Franke-Ruta On Monday, they staged a protest to deliver petitions to the White...

By Web Politics Editor  |  October 7, 2009; 9:29 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (2)
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Secret Service Probing Facebook Poll on Obama

The U.S. Secret Service is investigating an online survey that asked whether people thought President Barack Obama should be assassinated, officials said Monday.

By Web Politics Editor  |  September 28, 2009; 3:21 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (297)
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Older Entries in This Category »

Glenn Beck: McCain Would Have Been Worse Than Obama, Web Politics Editor , September 22, 2009
New Book Recalls the Image-Making of Obama's Campaign, Garance Franke-Ruta , September 18, 2009
Tweeted and Deleted: Obama Rebukes Kanye West, Garance Franke-Ruta , September 14, 2009
Web Wits Target Joe Wilson With New Site, Garance Franke-Ruta , September 10, 2009
Obama's CIO Hopes to Unjar Internet Cookies, Web Politics Editor , July 27, 2009
Obama Ate Here: The Map , Post Editor , July 1, 2009
Obama in Farsi, on Twitter and WhiteHouse.gov, Web Politics Editor , June 23, 2009
White House Gets Its First Facebook App, Web Politics Editor , June 23, 2009
Live from the White House, a Familiar Town Hall Format, Web Politics Editor , March 26, 2009
Stimulus Applications Could Overwhelm Grants.gov , Web Politics Editor , March 11, 2009
White House Quietly Adds Vimeo for Video, Web Politics Editor , February 28, 2009
What Hath Tweet Wrought?, Web Politics Editor , February 24, 2009
White House E-Mail System Goes Down, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2009
The Song of Obama, and Other Inaugural Outtakes, Web Politics Editor , January 26, 2009
Obama's BlackBerry: The Ultimate A-List, Web Politics Editor , January 22, 2009
White House Pool Reports to Stay Press Property, Web Politics Editor , January 22, 2009
Twitter Stays Afloat, Web Politics Editor , January 20, 2009
WhiteHouse.gov Turns the Page, Web Politics Editor , January 20, 2009
Obama Web Sites Give Calif. Volunteers a Boost, Web Politics Editor , November 18, 2008
Obama Agenda Temporarily Off Change.gov, Web Politics Editor , November 10, 2008
On the Web, Change You Can Change Into, Web Politics Editor , November 7, 2008
Obama Malware Hits Inboxes, Web Politics Editor , November 6, 2008
Change.gov Is Up and Running, Web Politics Editor , November 6, 2008
Obama Transition Web Site Hits a Glitch, Web Politics Editor , November 6, 2008
Republicans' Betamax Media Strategy, Web Politics Editor , October 20, 2008
Palin's Sojourn as a Sportscaster, Web Politics Editor , August 31, 2008
Biden's Web Video Debut as No. 2, Paul Volpe , August 24, 2008
Obama Plans Novel VP Announcement TXT, Web Politics Editor , August 11, 2008
Rev. Wright and the Return of the Soundbite, Web Politics Editor , May 1, 2008
Live Pennsylvania Primary Video Webcast, Web Politics Editor , April 22, 2008
Obama Speech Reaches Most-Viewed Status on YouTube, Web Politics Editor , March 19, 2008
Black Commenter, Criticizing Obama, Causes Firestorm, Web Politics Editor , February 16, 2008
Dueling Washington GOP Web Sites, washingtonpost.com Editors , February 11, 2008
Getting Out the Vote with Text Messaging, Web Politics Editor , December 19, 2007
No Missed Connections Here, Web Politics Editor , December 10, 2007
The Right-Wing Facebook, Washington Post Editor , October 22, 2007
Facebook Looking for 1,000,000 Strong for Stephen Colbert, Washington Post Editor , October 18, 2007
Forum Questions To Candidates To Be Selected By Vote, Washington Post Editor , October 17, 2007
Facebook for Friends, Funds, Washington Post Editor , October 9, 2007
The GOP YouTube Debate Is Back On, Post Editor , August 12, 2007
YouTube Creates
Issues Debate
, Post Editor , August 8, 2007
Keeping Obama Plugged In, Post Editor , August 7, 2007
Yearly Kos:
CPAC for the Left?
, Post Editor , August 2, 2007
YouTube Debate
Not Over Yet
, Post Editor , July 25, 2007
 
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