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Voter Story in Pennsylvania

BY Allison Fine | Tuesday, April 22 2008

There will be a lot going on in Pennsylvania today with the death match between Obama and Clinton coming down to the wire. A huge turnout and lots of new voters are expected which is always worrisome in large states like ... Read More

Voting Is Broken. Can The Web Fix It?

BY Allison Fine | Monday, March 31 2008

Voting, in some form or another, is on the minds and screens of Americans everywhere during this election year. As everyone knows it’s American Idol season and millions of Americans are voting by phone and text ... Read More

Al Gore’s RealSimple “We” Campaign

BY Allison Fine | Monday, March 31 2008

Al Gore just announced a new campaign to $300 million climate change campaign. It’s a very slick website called We Can Solve the Climate Crisis, or We for Short. At the risk of being totally un-PC for We, I have some ... Read More

Al Gore’s RealSimple “We” Campaign

BY Allison Fine | Monday, March 31 2008

Al Gore just announced a new campaign to $300 million climate change campaign. It’s a very slick website called We Can Solve the Climate Crisis, or We for Short. At the risk of being totally un-PC for We, I have some ... Read More

Facebook Customer Service: A Black Hole of Algorithms

BY Allison Fine | Tuesday, February 12 2008

It’s like the premise of a science fiction novel; what would happen if all of your friends disappeared in an instant? It would be like a neutron bomb that killed everyone around you, except you, and there you were ... Read More

Birddogging and Blogging the Primaries

BY Allison Fine | Thursday, January 31 2008

Do you know which sector is the tenth largest biggest business sector in the country as measured by its revenue and number of employees? It’s the nonprofit sector, a sprawling, incongruous group of causes, agencies, ... Read More

Voter Registration is Already Closed?

BY Allison Fine | Monday, January 14 2008

Just as people, particularly young voters, are beginning to pay attention to the presidential race, 14 states have already closed their voter registration with another 5 set to do so within the next week! Read More

Voter Registration is Already Closed?

BY Allison Fine | Monday, January 14 2008

Just as people, particularly young voters, are beginning to pay attention to the presidential race, 14 states have already closed their voter registration with another 5 set to do so within the next week! Read More

Win Free or Die in NH

BY Allison Fine | Tuesday, December 18 2007

As we race into the most compact primary schedule ever and the top two candidates for the Democrats continue to dominate the polls, I’ve realized that campaigns are a lot like ball games: the key ingredient that makes ... Read More

Win Free or Die in NH

BY Allison Fine | Tuesday, December 18 2007

As we race into the most compact primary schedule ever and the top two candidates for the Democrats continue to dominate the polls, I’ve realized that campaigns are a lot like ball games: the key ingredient that makes ... Read More