Capitol Words gives you an at-a-glance view into the daily proceedings of the United States Congress through the simplest lens available-a single word. For every day that Congress is in session, Capitol Words displays the most frequently used word in the Congressional Record. Whether the word matches up to an issue, an action, or the name of a member of Congress, Capitol Words provides a snapshot of the main topic addressed by Congress for any given day, dating back to the second session of the 106th Congress (January 20, 2000).
I think this is a pretty fascinating site but I also wonder how useful can one word per day be? Is this service/site more than a novelty? You'll have to decide for yourself; feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below.
Link - via Very Short List
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