DSCC Repurposes the Whiteboard for Palin
BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 8 2010
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, the official campaign arm of Senate Democrats, is having some fun at Sarah Palin's expense by inviting people to create visual mockups of her comments at the recent National Tea Party Convention in Nashville. "Tell us what you think Sarah Palin is saying using our new whiteboard tool. Feel free to draw, add text, and decorate the scene however you'd like," reads the DSCC site, built on a tool called ScribLink. The DSCC is saying that they'll be selecting some of the "best" images to post on their website. Yep, you'd better believe that the artwork people send in is -- if any of it is actually going to see the light of day -- going to be filtered first.
In other DSCC news, they're also running a petition asking Carly Fiorina's campaign to create more web video, on account of the demon sheep episode.