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Was Sen. Wyden Right to Worry About Cynicism Towards Web Campaigning?

BY Kate Kaye | Thursday, April 28 2005

At last year's PDF Conference, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden declared, "It would be a tragedy now that we have people getting excited [about the Internet] to see people get cynical and frustrated about online campaigning" -- ... Read More

Was Congressman Weiner Shortsighted?

BY Kate Kaye | Tuesday, April 26 2005

At last year's PDF Conference, NY Congressman Anthony Weiner suggested that politicians wouldn't care about blogs until the medium inspires news coverage of a story that hits mainstream consciousness -- think he's seen ... Read More

Meetup adjusts pricing plan

BY Christian Crumlish | Monday, April 25 2005

In response to feedback from users, Meetup.com announced today that the deadline for a group's organizer to sign up for the discounted $9/month fee has been extended from April 30 to May 15 of this year. Further, ... Read More

2008 on the Horizon

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, April 25 2005

Ronald Brownstein brings together two of my favorite worlds in his latest Outlook column for the LA Times: the Internet and third-party politics. Channeling Joe Trippi, who has been making this point for a while, he ... Read More

Dogs and cats, living together

BY Mike Krempasky | Friday, April 22 2005

Venkman: Rivers and seas boiling! Egon: 40 years of darkness, earthquakes, volcanos. Winston: The dead rising from the grave! Venkman: Human sacrifice, dogs and cats, living together... mass hysteria! Also known as the ... Read More

Full employment for bloggers?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, April 21 2005

Campaigns are hiring bloggers; it looks like Mathew Gross and crew have inspired a cottage industry. Tim Tagaris, who cut his teeth on Jeff Seemann's campaign last cycle, and then went to the Swing State Project blog ... Read More

Last Year's PDF Prompts Political Ad Network

BY Kate Kaye | Thursday, April 21 2005

I got a great scoop yesterday about a video broadband network set to launch in July that will go after political advertisers as a key market. According to a source close to the project, a network of small and large ... Read More

Move America Forward Pounces on Voinovich in Rapid Response

BY Kate Kaye | Wednesday, April 20 2005

Right wing nonprofit Move America Forward has tapped its dedicated online troops to rally against Republican Ohio Senator Voinovich. The Web-based grassroots group literally started work on a radio ad set to launch in ... Read More

Nabad Al Horriye: A Lebanese Freedom blog

BY Jan Frel | Wednesday, April 20 2005

Nabil Abou-Charaf and Jad Ghostine, two Lebanese political activists counting down the Syrian withdrawal, have set up a really nice blog on the events in Beirut called Pulse of Freedom. The blog is displays photos from ... Read More