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December 6, 1999 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
Inquiring Minds That Want to Know have a surprising new place to turn for answers: the White House. Starting today, White House aides will field queries posed by visitors to America Online Inc. and other Web sites featuring daily news and political discussion. The new foray into cyberspace is not an attempt to make an end run around the White House press corps, officials say, but an effort to stimulate democratic discourse online.
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December 6, 1999 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
Inquiring Minds That Want to Know have a surprising new place to turn for answers: the White House. Starting today, White House aides will field queries posed by visitors to America Online Inc. and other Web sites featuring daily news and political discussion. The new foray into cyberspace is not an attempt to make an end run around the White House press corps, officials say, but an effort to stimulate democratic discourse online.
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August 25, 1996 | PAUL KARON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Vice President Al Gore started talking about reinventing government three years ago, one of his most frequent refrains was about the need to follow the lead of private business and make better use of modern electronic communication pathways, such as the Internet, to bring public service to the citizenry. Accessing the government through the Internet and the World Wide Web is one way to do this.
BUSINESS
August 25, 1996 | PAUL KARON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Vice President Al Gore started talking about reinventing government three years ago, one of his most frequent refrains was about the need to follow the lead of private business and make better use of modern electronic communication pathways, such as the Internet, to bring public service to the citizenry. Accessing the government through the Internet and the World Wide Web is one way to do this.
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