On Monday the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) launched a new home page for its website at www.defense.gov. This web page is intended to be the main entry portal for the DoD, replacing www.defenselink.mil/ (read the press release here). According to the release, the new home page is "designed to invite participation from the public," and it features a "We Want to Hear From You" section near the top of the page that allows the public to make comments and ask questions (you'll need to register by creating a username and password). The left side of the home page features an increased number of links to DoD social networking pages and applications (blogs, RSS, Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, YouTube . . . ). So even if you dislike the new DoD home page, you still have plenty of other Web interfaces for checking up on the latest DoD news.
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