It's pretty similar to Obama's campaign website, but it has a place where you can "share your vision" with the new administration-in-waiting: http://change.gov/page/s/yourvision
This feature lets you send a message to the President-Elect & Friends saying what you want out of the American government. In other words, Obama, is already at least paying lip-service to the idea of open government and responsive democracy. I was also a bit touched by the fact that it had a "what country are you from" menu on the submission screen, meaning all you foreign people can play along, too. In the hope that it's at least one part genuine, I posted the following:
The president should elevate the National Science Foundation to a Department of Science and Technology to fund and direct research, with a Secretary of Science and Technology in the president's cabinet. This would demonstrate a commitment to scientific progress and provide a much-needed impetus towards generating the kinds of solutions that do not yield an immediate reward in the private sector, such as inventing ways to combat climate change.
The president and Congress should also move towards decriminalizing or legalizing marijuana. If nothing else, put this issue in the national spotlight for a short time so that the American people see the issue as plausible. Many Americans are a bit libertarian at heart and would be receptive to the idea within a generation.
The president should make it easier for foreign human beings to become citizens of the United States. America shoudl be a beacon of hope to everyone, but that hope must be followed by reality: a country cannot lead the world when it excludes those who would join it.
The president should move towards abolishing institutionalized religious prejudice in America, particularly towards Islamic citizens and atheists. "Muslim" and "atheist" are still pejorative terms in American society, and it is illegal in some states to hold public office as an atheist. This is not right.
Of course, the president should dismantle Guantanamo Bay, end the war in Iraq, move towards universal health care, generate public works projects, etc., but I'm assuming those are already issues that you're considering.
What have you asked Obama for today?