Google Moderator app enters WhiteHouse.gov

The Google Web Toolkit-based Google Moderator app now went live on WhiteHouse.gov, and is called “Open for Questions,” that lets you register and ask the US administration question about the economy and vote on submissions from others. You won’t see the Google logo, but you can open the frame’s source HTML and see for yourself. (You can […]

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The Google Web Toolkit-based Google Moderator app now went live on WhiteHouse.gov, and is called “Open for Questions,” that lets you register and ask the US administration question about the economy and vote on submissions from others. You won’t see the Google logo, but you can open the frame’s source HTML and see for yourself. (You can also look up the IP location of the source domain moderator.whitehouse.gov, which points to Mountain View, California.)

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