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article imageAfter Inauguration Obama Becomes Version 2.0

By Carol Forsloff     Jan 16, 2009 in Politics
With President Barack Obama Internet savvy and having used it to communicate so much during the Presidential election of 2008, those in the know expect him to continue on using digital technology to communicate.
This, it is believed, will allow Obama to reach a greater number of people, adding those who are computer users and social networkers to get political messages.
This new Obama uses email following the election. Those who supported him continue to get messages about upcoming events. Obama's campaign advisers and other politicos in the know consider that the new President will make the Internet a major communication vehicle. During the campaign the group organized by the Internet was not a political party but rather a social network that could connect with many people and enlist support for political events. Instant messages, alternative media models, and social networking will, according to the pundits, become a commonplace tool to govern.
It is expected that Obama will use the Internet to get support for his policies. Given the extent of the problems he faces, he needs a multitude of communication vehicles.
This Internet tool is live and two way, which will allow the new President to communicate instantly with people and to obtain immediate feedback from them. This will be the way to campaign for Obama's agenda and to allow him to tackle changes, as reports have indicated.
Those who are Internet savvy will be finding Obama right with them in providing information on the spot, 24/7.
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