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[BackChannel] The Frictionless Grassroots, Part 2

BY Chuck DeFeo | Friday, November 18 2011

techPresident's Backchannel series is an ongoing conversation between practitioners and close observers at the intersection of technology and politics. Chuck DeFeo has worked on three presidential campaigns including ... Read More

[BackChannel] The Frictionless Grassroots, Part 1

BY Chuck DeFeo | Thursday, November 3 2011

techPresident's Backchannel series is an ongoing conversation between practitioners and close observers at the intersection of technology and politics. Chuck DeFeo has worked on three presidential campaigns including ... Read More

Facebook Connect(ed) to MoveOn?

BY Chuck DeFeo | Friday, January 23 2009

Like an estimated 7.7 million people, I watched Barack Obama’s inauguration online. I chose to watch it on CNN.com and enjoyed the live feed of Facebook status updates coming through alongside the video. What ... Read More

People Watching the Inauguration on the Web

BY Chuck DeFeo | Wednesday, January 21 2009

Initial user numbers show that more people were online on Election Day and night but bandwidth usage yesterday may have broken some records. Was yesterday the breakthrough moment for live online video usage? More here. Read More

Microsoft Launches New Xbox on MTV

BY Chuck DeFeo | Thursday, May 12 2005

Microsoft is unveiled its new Xbox gaming console during a half hour infomercial on MTV at 9:30 EST tonight. The program was long on cool graphics capabilities and new features but the interesting news is where Gates is ... Read More

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How Democratic tech firms are jockeying for 2016 presidential roles; the FEC inches back into regulating the Internet; why Tumblr is a social justice movement hotbed; and much, much more. GO

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