Clearing the Cache: History in the Tweeting
BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, January 19 2010
- The actual moment (more or less) that Obama tweeted: "Red Cross employee Eric Porterfield invites President Barack Obama to 'tweet' a message via the @redcross Twitter account announcing his visit. After hitting send, he remarked that this was the first 'tweet' he's sent personally."
- Check out the rest of the Red Cross's powerful Flickr feed.
- A look at what Organizing for America is doing on on the ground in Philadelphia.
- White House Deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton takes to Twitter.
- The Alliance Defense Fund, an anti same-sex marriage group, thinks they're been blocked from Twitter search results.
- Is the California governor's race signaling the end of online campaigning?
- The power of posters in European politics.
- Iran's police chief says that that people using email and mobile to organizing protests will be treated more harshly than protestors themselves.
- Upcoming event: "Authority, Meet Technology: Will China's Great Firewall Hold?"
- And breaking news: those Valentine's Day candy hearts will now read "text me" and "tweet me."