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Demanding More in Brazil

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, August 19 2010

Reuters' Stuart Grudging reports on the uncertain impact of online campaigning in the race to replace Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, better known as just "Lula." Read More

One Word: "Email"

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 9 2010

AdAge's Edmund Lee reports on the increasing centrality of online search-tied ads as part of the campaign repertoire. But a voice of caution comes to us from Joe Rospars, Blue State Digital co-founder and, of course, the ... Read More

"Yes We Cannabis" (Updated)

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, January 8 2010

Okay, so there's a slight chance that our interest in the application of the Obama campaign's online lessons to other, non-presidential realms is edging over the line into obsession. But, the fact is that Obama '08 ... Read More

Blue State Digital Takes Over the World

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 31 2009

The fact that the campaign web team wasn't relegated to some back office but was instead placed at the center of the action on Howard Dean's 2004 campaign -- the campaign that spawned Blue State Digital and a handful of ... Read More

Why the White House's Embrace of Drupal Matters

BY Joshua Sherman | Wednesday, February 18 2009

Drupal developers are abuzz with the realization that the White House's new Recovery.gov site was built using the free and open-source content management platform Drupal. Pre-Recovery.gov, the perhaps highest-profile use ... Read More

Why the White House's Embrace of Drupal Matters

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, February 18 2009

Drupal developers are abuzz with the realization that the White House's new Recovery.gov site was built using the free and open-source content management platform Drupal. Pre-Recovery.gov, the perhaps highest-profile use ... Read More

Daily Digest: Change.gov Serves Up Hardball for Obama

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, January 9 2009

Tough Topic Tops Transition Site: The highest-rated query for President-elect Barack Obama over on Change.gov's Open for Questions feature certainly isn't a softball along the lines of "What are you going to name ... Read More