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Bing Pulse Aims to Give Real-Time Public Reaction to SOTU

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, February 12 2013

Tonight during President Obama's State of the Union speech, Microsoft's Bing search platform will be offering users a potentially intriguing way to register their response to the President's words: a real-time sentiment tracker that will produce an aggregated trend line of people's reactions, called Bing Pulse. "It's almost like an online dial group," says Adam Sohn, Bing's general manager. "You'll be able to vote every couple of seconds, positive, neutral or negative. And we'll be showing that on a live ticker at bing.com/politics, alongside the speech." Read More

Reminder: Tonight, Be Part of an Open-Source Dial Test of the State of the Union

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, January 25 2011

Just a reminder that tonight, you can participate in an open-source dial-test of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address. Personal Democracy Forum is putting the word out about a project of SurveySwipe, run ... Read More

An Open, Mobile Dial Test for the State of the Union

BY Nick Judd | Friday, January 21 2011

President Barack Obama's second State of the Union address will, as with every major presidential speech for the last three years, be immediately followed by a throng of pundits and experts appearing on cable TV to tell ... Read More