Should your local government embrace iPad politics?
Well the town of Williamsburg, Virginia sure thinks so. According to techPresident, the city council is spinning the move from paper-based agenda books to Apple iPads as a money saving opportunity. It's also an opportunity for a town like Williamsburg to step out of the shadow of it's past and into the future of technology and politics joining forces.
Sure, there are a few kinks to work out with such a drastic change, but this is one more example of how the latest technological communications tools can be an asset to the political world.
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