Clearly, nobody at the Obama administration cares about the proliferation of federal government URLs that don't have clear representative functions in relationship to government agencies and the long-term institutional support that a formalized branch of government receives. Just a few weeks ago I was noting the appearance of Distraction.gov. Although we don't yet have Attention.gov, we do have Literacy.gov, which actually forwards to Read.gov. I do like that the site links to the Library of Congress's Ask a Librarian page, but I do have concerns about the government's naming conventions.
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