New Transition Websites and Blogs

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Several new websites and blogs on the transition have popped up in the past few days.  Here are some of the more dynamic ones:

 

Newsweek launched its transition-tracking blog, “Powering Up: The Road to the Inauguration.”  It follows the ins and outs of the transition itself, including potential nominees as well as useful context on issues different agencies are facing.

 

The National Journal and Government Executive magazines have teamed up on a blog, “Lost in Transition,” that has some terrific insights into both issues and personalities.

 

American University’s Department of Communication has created an interesting site on the transition, “Transition Tracker,” with lots of graphics and good links to update stories on progress in each agency.

 

The Washington Post created a webpage, “44:  A Transition to Power” that tracks the transition real-time.

 

SourceWatch Encyclopedia has created a useful wiki of media sources focused on the transition, colorfully named “Presidential Transition Resources.”

 

If you know of other really useful links, let me know and I’ll post!

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3 Responses to “New Transition Websites and Blogs”

  1. Josh Says:

    http://www.politico.com/politico44/

  2. John Kamensky Says:

    Hi Josh – Wow! You’re right, this is cool! Imagine, a timeline diary of what Obama’s doing . . . . JOHN K

  3. Transition Online « Policy & Administration Says:

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