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On Day One: Can Ideas Alone Change America's Image?

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, January 23 2008

On Day One, a new site that launched today, is inviting folks from around the world to post their ideas. It's kind of like Facebook for people who want to right America's standing in the world. But will it be big enough ... Read More

Do You Know Where Your Presidential Candidate Is?

BY Editors | Sunday, May 6 2007

Time's Swampland blog features Today on the Trail (frustratingly, there's no permanent link to the most recent rundown), and RCP maintains a scattershot calendar with hyperlinks to a relevant news article. But the best ... Read More

Signing Off So Soon

BY Mindy Finn | Thursday, March 22 2007

Esteemed TechPresident writers and readers ... As you may know by now, I've joined the Romney campaign as Director of eStrategy, so I'm going to sign off as a regular contributor to TechPresident. ... Meanwhile, stay on ... Read More

Google provides services to campaigns

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, March 15 2007

I'm here at the Politics Online conference in Washington, D.C., and I'm listening to Eliot Schrage, Google VP of Global Communications, talk about Google's approach to politics ("we want to make all of the world's ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 2/2/07

BY Matt Ortega | Friday, February 2 2007

Jake Tapper, senior national correspondent for ABC News, has a series of web videos outlining the historical racial insensitivities of presidential aspirant, Senator Joe Biden (D-DE). Copies of Senator Hillary Clinton's ... Read More

2008: The Daily Digest, 1/31/07

BY Matt Ortega | Wednesday, January 31 2007

Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE) launches his presidential bid this morning and according to Beth Fouhy of the Associated Press, the longtime senator will announce his candidacy via online video to supporters. While in Iowa ... Read More