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The Man, the Legend, the Parody BP Twitter Account

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, September 13 2010

The @BPGlobalPR parody Twitter account was one bright spot in the mess that was this summer's Gulf Coast oil spill, what with its running jokes and often spot-on humor. The Awl's Mat Honan has an interview with Josh ... Read More

W.H. Open for -- Po' Boy-Related -- Questions

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, August 13 2010

Here's where you go to ask the director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, aka NOAA, whether it's safe to eat Gulf Coast shrimp, oysters, and other sea-borne delicacies put at risk by the BP oil ... Read More

DFA Hits List for "BP Makes Me Sick"

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, July 14 2010

Remember BP Makes Me Sick? The coalition of bloggers, fisher, elected officials, and other folk added another group to the collection this morning. Democracy for America, the outgrowth of the 2004 Dean campaign, emailed ... Read More

Dems Connect BP, Hill GOP

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 12 2010

Democrats are eager for supporters to spread the message to their friends that a Republican Congress would be a great friend to oil giant BP. Read More

Facebook: Takedown of BP Boycott Page was Automated Error

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, June 30 2010

Facebook seems, frankly, to have stepped in it again. The company went and deleted a 700,000-member strong "Boycott BP" page. CNN.com reports: Read More

Is it Unethical for BP to Buy Google Ads on Oil Spill-Related Keywords?

BY Colin Delany | Wednesday, June 9 2010

Originally published on Epolitics.com Minor scuffle in the online communications world: BP has purchased Google Ads on search terms related to the Gulf oil spill (for example: "oil spill"), with its ads showing up at the ... Read More

Saying "No Mas" to British Petroleum

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 28 2010

The wonder, really, is that it took this long. The "Boycott BP" movement has taken a sudden jump, it seems, more than a month after the initial leak. Democracy for America is leading one part of the push, but ... Read More