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The Europe roundup: Make it short. Sort of.

BY Antonella Napolitano | Thursday, February 18 2010

U.K. | What kind of campaign will Britain see? On the Guardian Kevin Anderson reflects on how (and if) British political operatives and activists will adapt Obama's strategies in this campaign: "If Facebook is good at ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Are you ready for (y)EU?

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, February 17 2010

Wondering what's going in European techpolitics? Starting today, PDF Europe will tell you more - three days a week! Links and suggestions are welcome both by email and on twitter. (thanks to Nancy Scola). EU | Are you ... Read More

The Joker effect: how participatory culture may disrupt politics

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, September 14 2009

Can participatory culture shape public opinion? The 2008 presidential campaign in the United States was full of examples of parody used to spread a message of change and mobilize voters. But average citizens are also now ... Read More

In Italy, An Earthquake Tests Social Media

BY Antonella Napolitano | Tuesday, April 7 2009

Last week the Italian Festival of Journalism took place in Perugia. In the debate "Journalists Vs. Bloggers" (yes, we're still there) one of the main issues was whether blogs and social networks could be sources of news ... Read More

Lessons Learned from the Italian 10Questions

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, June 18 2008

Italian media consultant Antonella Napolitano summarizes her experience with 10domande, a project similar to our own 10Questions, an online-only debate in which voters uploaded video questions to the presidential ... Read More

Lessons Learned from the Italian 10Questions

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, June 18 2008

Italian media consultant Antonella Napolitano summarizes her experience with 10domande, a project similar to our own 10Questions, an online-only debate in which voters uploaded video questions to the presidential ... Read More