Government officials are increasingly adopting Web 2.0 technologies to connect with citizens. Governors and mayors are blogging and posting videos on You Tube. See here. The State Department has an internal wiki called Diplopedia, which it presented at the Wikipedia conference in Alexandria, Egypt. Perhaps agencies will similarly embrace Web 2.0 platforms to transform their e-Rulemaking efforts, which to date have simply reproduced offline NPRMs and comments online. Rumor has it that the ABA has a committee working on potential e-Rulemaking projects. If the ABA produces a report, it might interest the new administration, but only if online tools would cheaply and effectively bring together stakeholders and the public to discuss proposed agency action.