CEO at Econsultancy
31 October 2000 12:15pm
A rather amusing article by Tom Steinberg (a researcher and IT manager at the Institute of Economic Affairs) which reviews the personal sites of MPs. To give you an idea of the article's content, here is how it opens:
"Patricia Hewitt, the government minister for e-business, has an important message for her internet savvy constituents. According to her web page
“The best way to conact [sic] me is to write to the Leicester office.”
She does supply an email address, but the generous minister makes it clear that her preferred means of communication is via good old-fashioned pen and paper. What’s more, she “aim[s] to respond within 7 working days.” To misquote Microsoft, this is business at the speed of politics.
Miss Hewitt’s website is not alone in the mildly comic ineptitude of its construction and flaccidity of its message..."
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