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Santorum Thinks Google Should Un-Savage His Name

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, September 21 2011

Here's another good one from Politico — Republican presidential candidate and Google-bombing victim Rick Santorum actually contacted Google to try and undo the damage to his search results that sex columnist Dan ... Read More

Like Water For Google Juice

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, September 14 2011

The water district responsible for 2 million people's water supply in southeast Los Angeles County, Calif., was paying a communications firm to pass off positive, journalism-style articles as news coverage, the Los ... Read More

Sex Columnist Who Savaged 'Santorum' Threatens 'Rick' Next In Online Video

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, July 28 2011

Ever since Rick Santorum first joined the hunt for the Republican presidential nomination, his "Google problem" — and the man behind it — has returned to haunt him. And it keeps getting worse. "Santorum" is ... Read More

Did the Internet Care About the GOP Primary Debate?

BY Nick Judd | Friday, May 6 2011

So last night's Republican primary debate, despite being so early and without a party headliner, still managed to outdo chatter about Osama bin Laden in terms of Twitter conversation: "GOP" in Twitter mentions as seen ... Read More

Hillary Goes High Tech in Non-Concession Speech, Solicits Online Endgame Input; Did She Go Underground to Duck Barack's Call?

BY Dan Manatt | Tuesday, June 3 2008

In her non-concession speech, Hillary asks for input - but is it just to stall? Or a fundraising ploy? And did Peter Daou warn her about what Chris "Google Bomb" Bowers can do with an open invite like that? PLUS: Did ... Read More

Daily Digest: 9/24/07

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, September 24 2007

Jose Antonio Vargas reviews Matt Bai's The Argument; according to CBS Evening News, the majority of Americans still get their political news from the newspaper; the Huffington Post/Slate/Yahoo "Mashup" debate was viewed ... Read More

Daily Digest: 9/20/07

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, September 20 2007

Chris Bowers on the progress of his Googlebombing campaign against Rudy Giuliani; Mashable has details on the tech used in the upcoming MySpace/MTV presidential "dialogues," and Matt Lewis anticipates some left-right ... Read More

Daily Digest, 3/14/07

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, March 14 2007

The Web on the Candidates Under pressure from the Moveon and netroots bloggers, including dailykos' Markos Moulitsas ZĂșniga and myDD's Matt Stoller, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid pulled a planned Democratic debate ... Read More