writes: "President Clinton gave his first
Internet Address to the Nation today, in RealVideo, RealAudio,
and Sun .au (!) formats. He also
a government-wide search engine that should be up by fall, with
no funding from tax dollars.
Personally, I run several government Web sites and haven't heard of
this, so they must be planning on spidering *.gov without checking
with us first. :)"
It may be a e-bucketful of hype, a content-impaired pandering gesture, but some
president would make the first such address, so why not Bill? As Internet connections become ever more ubiquitous, though, just how ubiquitous do we want the promised e-government to be?