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The Conversation Age vs. "Official," "Disclosure," and Our Other Political Assumptions

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, April 26 2010

Where do our public political lives overlap with our online selves? Is professional versus personal a useful or reasonable distinction anymore in the share-everything-everywhere age of new media? What do ... Read More

Who Has the Most Twitter Klout in Congress? (The Answer Will Surprise You)

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, September 22 2009

Wondering which Members of Congress have clout? Not the kind that gets legislation passed or stopped, but the kind that turns heads online? Well, with the help of our friends at, we've taken a look at 81 ... Read More

The Politics of Twitter

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, August 24 2009

For some time now, we've been hearing that conservatives dominate the usage of Twitter when it comes to online politics, and the appearance of TweetProgress, a new aggregator for progressive twitterers, only appears to ... Read More

Daily Digest: 'Tube Pong

BY Joshua Sherman | Tuesday, August 12 2008

Video war continues between Obama and McCain, McCain is using Wikipedia, David All is impressed with McCain's online ads, Jame Hamsher has a new PAC to boast about, #dontgo campaign gets a little more support, Read More

Bite-Sized Broadband: Your Quick Guide to the Launch of "Internet for Everyone"

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, June 24 2008

I'm here at PdF '08 at a press conference marking the launch of, a coalition pushing for universal high-speed Internet, centered around four core tenets: access, choice, openness, and innovation. ... Read More

Daily Digest: 10/8/07

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, October 8 2007

Nobel speculation heats talk of Gore bid; Facebook Political Summit Tuesday to face criticism?; Slatecard, GOP answer to ActBlue, launches; Evangelicals going progressive?; Michael Cornfield sums up the online field; ... Read More

Daily Digest: 8/23/07

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, August 23 2007

More Wikipedia un-controversies are uncovered, thanks to WikiScanner; Wired talks to David All about his Modern Media Strategies workshop; James Kotecki realizes that the candidates have been BREAKING THE LAW; Cracked ... Read More

Modern Media Strategies: The Right Is Getting Online Organizing

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, August 22 2007

Next Wednesday the founders of, led by David All, will be leading the first-ever Modern Media Strategies workshop. The event is designed to teach conservative activists and Hill staffers about new ... Read More

Trippi's Warning for the GOP

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, July 25 2007

Not only should Republicans be worrying about how their presidential candidates run the YouTube gauntlet at their September debate in St. Petersburg, Democratic web maven Joe Trippi tells David All that in the general ... Read More

ParkRidge47: Not an R, and Not Bill Hillsman

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, March 21 2007

It's become a parlor game for the chattering class: Who is ParkRidge47? TechPresident blogger David All has a great post up on his personal site that, at least for me, pretty definitively closes the door on the author ... Read More