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Gov't is broken. Citizen scrutiny is the bugfix.

BY Micah L. Sifry | Sunday, March 16 2008

Last week at ETech, one of my favorite tech conferences, three Brits convened a delightful panel on "moving theft-based activism to the global stage." The title actually made the discussion sound a bit illicit, when ... Read More

Daily Digest: Kucinich Bows Out

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, January 25 2008

Liberal bloggers are divided about Hillary Clinton's aggressive campaign tactics; maybe Peter Daou is finding success at Daily Kos after all; in a cosmic quest for accurate predictions, Huffpostrology combines polling ... Read More

Three Ways to Rev Up the Web Campaigns

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, January 24 2008

It's not too late for the campaigns to take some bold steps, using the web, to get new infusions of money, volunteers and votes. Here's how... Read More

Webcameron blends conservative principles with effective communication [UPDATE]

BY David All | Tuesday, April 17 2007

I received an email from the United Kingdom's Webcameron this morning regarding "An exclusive look at our Party Election Broadcast." Read the email and WATCH the video after the jump. Read More

What YouTube Election?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, March 2 2007

Jeff Jarvis has started a terrific new blog called PrezVid, where he is documenting and analyzing "The YouTube Campaign 2008." I'm a big fan of Jeff's work; he's one of the sharpest thinkers in the new media world and ... Read More