Friday, November 25, 2005

CIA unveils Open Source media

Well the rumors are true. Everybody's jumping on that Open Source logo, including the CIA who just started hosting its own weblogs.
The blogs are posted on an unclassified, government-wide Web site, part of a rechristened CIA office for monitoring, translating and analyzing publicly available information called the DNI Open Source Center.
However, it looks like the new Open Source media haven't really got the hang of it yet. It appears there's a great deal of interagency snobbery about publicly available information and apparently it's going to take the old guard some time to catch on to the technology.

Come to think of it, that could sort of describe the old Open Source Media as well. Meanwhile I think I'll head over to the HuffPo to see what's going on in the world.
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