Friday, November 21, 2008

Hope Flickrs

The Guardian in the U.K. has been overwhelmed with public response since setting up a Flickr group Nov. 6 asking readers to send in messages to president-elect Barack Obama as he prepares to take office. There have been more than 900 photographs sent in so far, and photos are still coming in. Most convey good wishes; these photos are among those submitted. Check out the "messageforobama" group on Flickr by clicking HERE. (And for a look at how Obama and his team may use social media to help it govern, see The Wired White House by Alan Boyle, posted today on's CosmicLog.)

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Blogger Unknown said...

This blog is very realistic to the problems that we are facing today. I am glad that someone is letting the people in power know what ordinary people are dealing with as far as our need to fix the economy, end a senseless war and understand the need to restore our civil rights. What's been happening under Bush, the erosion of the Constitution, has been a joke and fixing these things is a top priority. The photos are a good way of explaining it. Thank You for posting this blog!

November 22, 2008 at 6:20 PM  

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