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Veterans Affairs Launches Blog, Mobile and More

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs recently relaunched their site  Returning Servicemembers for OEF/OIF veterans.  The new update is aimed at better connecting  with the younger demographic of returning soldiers.  The site features the VA’s first public-facing blog, a tag cloud of popular terms, and social networking links to the VA on Youtube, Facebook, and Secondlife.  The VA also now has a mobile site at m.va.gov with news, videos, facilty locations, contact info and more. 

Check out the new updates!

Government Gadget Gallery

USA.gov has put together the Government Gadget Gallery, a collection of gadgets (or widgets) from around the federal government, to embed into your blog, homepage, email and more.

The gallery went live in December with a small number of gadgets.  The categories currently available are:

What gadgets would you like to see added to the gallery?govgabwidget
View the complete list here and check back often for  updates.

Center for Disease Control Mobile Update

CDC’s mobile site, m.cdc.gov, now includes updated content, including Winter Weather Safety and CDC Features, which covers a variety of health and safety topics to be updated weekly.

Don’t leave home Without It – EPA Goes Mobile

News Release (HQ): Don’t leave home Without It – EPA Goes Mobile with the Launch of m.epa.gov body { font-size: 12px; font-family: arial, verdana, sans-serif; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; } .physicalAddress { color: gray; font-size: 10px; font-family: arial, verdana, sans-serif; font-weight: 100; }Press Release from EPA:

(Washington, DC – Dec. 9, 2008) Why not blog on important environmental issues while waiting to pay for holiday gifts at the mall? No, you don’t have to ask Santa for this present. EPA is launching one of the first government Web sites tailored specifically for cell phone users: http://m.epa.gov.

The world is getting more mobile, with estimates of more than 250 million cell phones in use in the U.S. – and EPA is going with you. The site has been tailored to load fast on a small screen, providing EPA information that visitors might need when they are away from their large-screen desktop computer. Services available on m.epa.gov include:

  • how to contact EPA – national and regional offices
  • Find environmental information by ZIP code
  • EPA news releases
  • Greenversations blog, including the question of the week
  • links to other government mobile websites.

Over the coming months, EPA will be adding more features. We invite readers to help us improve – there’s a feedback form right on the home page

EPA’s mobile site: http://m.epa.gov

President-Elect Barack Obama Engages in Government 2.0

Government 2.0 – Obama’s First Weekly Address!

This past Saturday, President-Elect Barack Obama released his first weekly address via YouTube.com.

Whether you were an Obama or McCain supporter during the elections, you have to respect Obama’s ability to communicate with the people via new mediums. Obama has taken the United States first step towards “Government 2.0″.

View the Video

Our Social President

Finally, a president that can use the internet.  Or, at least, has interns that can.  Whatever.  Here’s a rundown of how you can keep tabs on Obama in the White House.

Yes, he has his own social network.

MySpace

Twitter

Linkedin

Facebook

Friendfeed

YouTube

Flickr

Digg

Eventful

Blackplanet

Faithbase

Eons

GLEE

Migente

MyBatanga

Asianave

Democrats.org



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