Monday, February 08, 2010

Archiving dead of apathy.

I asked House Minority Whip Keith Gardner for a statement on the record. Why isn't any stink being made over stripping archiving from legislative webcasting?

He replied;

“The overwhelming constituent interest in webcasting does not appear to extend to webcast archiving. So far your request is the only one that we have received.

Also, it is possible for constituents to record webcasts on their own using inexpensive software.

The deadline for introducing new bills has passed, though it is worth looking into this possibility for next year.”
And there you have it, archiving died because good men did nothing.
All that is necessary for evil to prevail in the world,
is for good men to do nothing. Burke.

photo Mark Bralley

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