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Straight Outta Denver: LiveBarr

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, May 23 2008

You may not know it, but it's convention season. For the Libertarian Party, anyway. Bob Barr is livestreaming from his booth at the event, and while there's nothing exciting happening at the moment, it's pretty cool that ... Read More

IsBarackObamaMuslim.com: The Rise of Nanosites

BY Luigi Montanez | Friday, May 23 2008

We’ve all seen microsites used in politics, from ImpeachGonzales.org last year to the recently launched CanWeAsk.com. Common to microsites are a clear message and clear call to action. But how about sites that are ... Read More

A New Approach to Open Government: Push It Out of the Website Business

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 23 2008

A new article in Yale's Journal of Law & Technology offers up a somewhat counterintuitive new online plan for the next presidential administration to make government more useful, more accountable, and more ... Read More

A New Approach to Open Government: Push It Out of the Website Business

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 23 2008

A new article in Yale's Journal of Law & Technology offers up a somewhat counterintuitive new online plan for the next presidential administration to make government more useful, more accountable, and more ... Read More

Daily Digest: Who Stole David Brooks?

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, May 23 2008

David Brooks talks about geeks, tech, and politics; dreams of an Obama-Webb ticket; CQ's VP contest is over, and the winner is...; a new study suggests that HuffPo readers aren't as homogeneous as you think; two new ... Read More

Daily Digest: Who Stole David Brooks?

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, May 23 2008

David Brooks talks about geeks, tech, and politics; dreams of an Obama-Webb ticket; CQ's VP contest is over, and the winner is...; a new study suggests that HuffPo readers aren't as homogeneous as you think; two new ... Read More

YouTube Provides Policy Infrastructure

BY Dave Witzel | Friday, May 23 2008

We know YouTube is big in campaigns and capable of changing outcomes. But what about in the policy space? Congress wrestles with the YouTube logo while in the UK the PM partners. Ultimately, video of a blocked latrine ... Read More

Obama and the Jews: Voter-Generated Content Adds Context

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, May 23 2008

It's one thing to read about an event in the newspaper; it's another thing to watch the event in its unexpurgated form as raw, unedited video. And as more people carry video cameras or video-enabled mobile phones, it's a ... Read More

Favorite Videos of the Week: Memorial Day Video Treats

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, May 23 2008

Just in time for the Memorial Day holiday, we bring you eight political videos that are guaranteed to stick to your consciousness like ketchup on a burger. You can never escape the tubes! Read More

Obama's Web Ads May Have Driven Big North Carolina Win

BY Kate Kaye | Thursday, May 22 2008

Obama won big in this month's North Carolina primary and his online ad strategy in April may have played a role in driving his supporters to the polls. As the primaries chug along, Senator Barack Obama has steamrolled ... Read More