"An e-campaign for the man who infamously claimed to have
invented the Internet had best court the technologically savvy
voter, and www.algore2000.com has made some smart moves in that
department. The site and servers use Linux, Apache and a variety of
free, customized administrative tools such as PHP, an open
"View the home page source code and you'll get a friendly hidden
message from Al Gore himself: "Thanks for checking out our source
code! ... The fact that you are peeking behind the scenes at our
site means you can make an important difference to this Internet
"It's a simple way to give a private hello to all those
$100,000-a-year code slingers, but Gore Webmaster Ben Green,
speaking from the campaign's Nashville, Tenn., headquarters, says
it's not a political act. The Gore online strategy is heavily
tilted toward wooing the tech-savvy voter."
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