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Daily Digest: Obama's Outreach (Or Lack Thereof)

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, April 30 2008

A North Carolina reporter/blogger sneaks into a closed Clinton event, and he feels okay about it; MoveOn the 15 finalists in its Obama in 30 Seconds contest; another contest from Project Breakout seeks to send bloggers ... Read More

Livestreaming Hillary in Indiana

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, April 29 2008

This is neat: GroundReport livestreamed Hillary Clinton's meeting with the Indianapolis Star: Read More

Daily Digest: Wright's 15 Minutes of Fame

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, April 29 2008

Blogosphere reactions to Obama's Fox appearance; Jeremiah Wright gives everyone something to keep writing about; two college students and superdelegates are turning to YouTube to decide their votes; a roundup of Micah ... Read More

Daily Digest: Wright's 15 Minutes of Fame

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, April 29 2008

Blogosphere reactions to Obama's Fox appearance; Jeremiah Wright gives everyone something to keep writing about; two college students and superdelegates are turning to YouTube to decide their votes; a roundup of Micah ... Read More

Daily Digest: Is McCain Too Soft?

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, April 28 2008

Journalists continue to pick apart Hillary's $10 million feat; Richard Viguerie asks if John McCain is too "soft" to run for president; a video shows Obama's supporters becoming less gracious over time; remember life ... Read More

Daily Digest: Is McCain Too Soft?

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, April 28 2008

Journalists continue to pick apart Hillary's $10 million feat; Richard Viguerie asks if John McCain is too "soft" to run for president; a video shows Obama's supporters becoming less gracious over time; remember life ... Read More

Who Said Hillary Doesn't Get Any Voter-Generated Videos?

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, April 25 2008

This is a over a month old, but I don't care. It comes direct from PdF's newest powerhouse Joshua Sherman, who has his eagle eyes spread across the world wide web. I can't believe I missed this before. Enjoy your Friday ... Read More

Daily Digest: Presidential Fail

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, April 25 2008

Virtually identical Clinton ads ask for $50 and $5 donations; Obama's site briefly hacked; the Fail Blog gets political; and the Philadelphia Inquirer discovers the web and politics. Read More

Daily Digest: Presidential Fail

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, April 25 2008

Virtually identical Clinton ads ask for $50 and $5 donations; Obama's site briefly hacked; the Fail Blog gets political; and the Philadelphia Inquirer discovers the web and politics. Read More

Favorite Videos of the Week: Anti-McCainiana Abounds

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, April 25 2008

In this week’s favorite videos, we take a look at the anti-McCainiana that’s abounding on YouTube, with non-affiliated progressive voter groups filling in the vacuum left by the Democratic candidates who are ... Read More

News Briefs

RSS Feed monday >

First POST: Zucked Up

Mark Zuckerberg responds to criticism of "zero rating" Facebook access in India; turning TVs into computers; how Facebook is changing the way UK users see the upcoming General Election; BuzzFeed's split priorities; a new website for "right-of-center women"; and much, much more. GO

thursday >

First POST: Mugs

No surprise here, but email list open rates are down; the real reason campaigns want to send you a free bumper sticker; Hillary Clinton wasn't alone in dodging inquiries from the House Oversight Committee about private email accounts; organizing opt-outs from high-stakes testing on Facebook; and much, much more. GO

wednesday >

First POST: Edges

Let the White House know what you think about the new homepage; why Democrats need a competitive primary to maintain their edge in political tech; California Highway Patrol reminded to not talk about how they track political protesters on social media; and much, much more. GO

tuesday >

First POST: Anomalies

Rallying uncommitted voters under a centrist umbrella; a defense of aggregation for a positive-sum Internet; UK says no to ban on killer robots; and much, much more. GO

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