Futures of Networked Access to the White House:
From Public Access Email to
Deliberative Knowledge Webs

John C. Mallery
Intelligent Information Infrastructure Project
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/iiip/home-page.html

Workshop at the Sixth Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy, Cambridge, March 27-30, 1996.

  1. Futures of Networked Access to the White House
  2. Overview
  3. 1992 Presidential Campaign
  4. January 1993: Press Releases Distributed
  5. June 1993: Public Access Email
  6. October 1993: MIT AI Effort Funded
  7. February 1994: Publications Survey
  8. March 1994: Web Development
  9. October 1994: Public Access Web Site
  10. November 1994: MIT Publications Server
  11. December 1994: VPíS Open Meeting
  12. 1995: Routinization of Networked Access
  13. January 1996: Revised Web Site
  14. COMLINK Survey System
  15. March 1996: Publications Survey
  16. March 1996: Survey Summary
  17. March 1996: Political Activity
  18. What Next?
  19. Challenge: Fan-In Bottlenecks
  20. Challenge: Knowledge Webs
  21. Challenge: Broadening Access
  22. White House Correspondence
  23. Public Comment on Policy
  24. White House Publications
  25. 1996 Internet Campaign: Innovations
  26. 1996 Internet Campaign: The Basics
  27. On-Line Presidential Debates
  28. Conclusions