Spraypainting the Web

An upstart called Third Voice thinks the online world is ready to hear another opinion--yours

The White House home page on the Web is pretty much what you'd expect: a stirring photo of the building with Old Glory flapping on either side and wonky links like "White House Help Desk" and "Commonly Requested Federal Services" lined up neatly underneath. But, hey, what's this tiny triangular marker by the "White House for Kids" link? And why, when you click on it, do you see a list of, um, non-government-sanctioned comments such as "Mommy, what's oral sex?"

Have hackers been at the White House website again? Are George W.'s operatives already doing dirty tricks in cyberspace? No, this...

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