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{via Media Page on NYT}

It was like a guy in a garage who was thinking of taking on the biggest names in the business,” Mr. Andreessen recalled. “What he was doing shouldn’t have been possible, but we see a lot of that out here and then something clicks. He was clearly supersmart and very entrepreneurial, a person who saw the world and the status quo as malleable.

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The biggest question is…will it continue? I sure hope so. Change.gov went down for the weekend. Nothing changed except there are more press releases. I think it’s a great site, but it can be taken further. He’s got bigger problems ahead, less people to help, and we need his leadership during this lame duck session. Could social networking help his transition?

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Things are already different in the transfer of power from Bush to Obama. I’m talking change.gov. Obama’s team has created this website to cover transitional developments, and to start getting people involved with Obama’s administration.

Conservative pundits worried that Rahm Emanuel’s appointment as C.O.S. meant a same-old-same-old administration was in the works. Not so. Obama knows what got him into the white house, and his team knows what’s going to help him connect to the people.

Right now you can read the blog, learn about the President-Elect and Vice President-Elect, see their current agenda, and of course see all developments about cabinet picks and administrative job hirings.

Need a job in your next government. This is where you can apply for a role on Obama’s team.

Bookmark this page because it is a small part of Obama’s dream to transform our involvement with our government.

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