The Obama administration has lost no time in updating WhiteHouse.gov, intending to make it central to the pledge to make this the most transparent administration. So far, they seem to have removed all the pages on individual rooms, replacing them with a single page without pictures, altho there is a separate page for the Oval Office (there’s a broken link on the summary page, but you can scroll down to the Oval Office section for a link to the separate page).

My hope for WhiteHouse.gov is that it becomes, among other things, the primary source of new high-resolution photographs for use by news organizations and Web-based virtual museums.

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  1. Any pictures yet of President Obama or the First Family in The White House (Pics After President Obama took the oath)? Also a pic of President Obama walking into the Oval Office for the first time as President would be nice, just like the famous pic of President George W. Bush walking into the Oval Office for the first time as President. Has President Obama hired a Chief Photographer? Eric Draper was the Chief Photographer during the George W. Bush administration.

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