change

 

I am pleased at the results from our national election last week. While I don’t think this election will bring the kind of fundamental change I personaly think is needed for the long term sustainability of our country and the world, it does represent change along the correct vector. This is represented especially by the going-live of www.change.gov within hours of the election results rolling in. Go there and you’ll see how a 21st century presidential transition should occur.

Related to this is that I became aware of that website on Thursday last week via this Ars Technica article. It took CNN until today to report on this in their political forum. While I loved CNN’s data representations during the campaign and the use of the mega touch panel during the election evening broadcast (despite constantly picturing Fred Armisen), it seems that even CNN is having a hard time keeping up with the change that I believe in.

 

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