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Hillary Clinton's Inbox: Citizen Suggestions for Wired Diplomacy

BY Tom Watson | Sunday, March 1 2009

Last week, Secretary Clinton's team at the State Department put up a short post on Dipnote, the departmental blog, asking for suggestions on technology and social media. It asked: "How Might the U.S. Utilize Innovative ... Read More

Following @dipnote: Hillary Clinton Steps Out

BY Tom Watson | Saturday, February 14 2009

She's been uncharacteristically quiet since her confirmation as Secretary of State, but the Obama Administration's other rock star seems poised to change all that with her first big overseas trip to Asia - with the help ... Read More

Daily Digest: Amplified, Asked, and Answered

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, January 12 2009

Washington's (New) Media Ecosystem: Bob Fertik, a longtime liberal activist, drew more than 23,000 votes on Change.gov for his question on investigating the Bush Administration. And yet, the response from the Obama ... Read More

Clinton Successor Watch: RFK Jr.'s Facebook Group

BY Editors | Sunday, November 30 2008

With Hillary Clinton set to be nominated as Barack Obama's Secretary of State, New York Governor David Paterson has a tough decision to make - which New Yorker will sit in the U.S. Senate in Clinton's place for the next ... Read More

Transparency and CGI

BY Editors | Monday, November 17 2008

Watching the news media and a few hard cases in the blogosphere wring their hands over the vetting of former President Bill Clinton's philanthropy in the wake of President-Elect Obama's offer of the State Department to ... Read More

Daily Digest: Do Sockpuppets Belong in Politics?

BY Joshua Sherman | Thursday, August 7 2008

Citizen-journalists chosen by Decision '08, contest for "Why are you a Democrat/Republican," what do pollworkers of the 21st Century look like?, fears of security threats at the Democratic National Convention, Twitter ... Read More

Clinton Needed More Search: Q&A with Google's Greenberger

BY Kate Kaye | Tuesday, June 10 2008

Google political ad man Peter Greenberger thinks Hillary Clinton's campaign was hampered by its failure to use search advertising consistently throughout the primary season. While he acknowledges the New York Senator's ... Read More

Daily Digest: Enjoyable Blog Spells Trouble for Team McCain

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, June 10 2008

The new McCain blog is clever, readable, and occasionally funny -- why that's a bad thing; we meet a southern California who used the Internet to go from unengaged voter to a "field commander of sorts;" the brouhaha ... Read More

Daily Digest: The Right Quarrels Over MyBarackObama.com

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, June 9 2008

The online right bickers over the wisdom of holding a candidate responsible for a bustling online community; can Google Trends predict election winners?; Mayhill Fowler reveals the methods behind her two big scoops; a ... Read More

Daily Digest: As Clinton Ends It All Via Email, Ally Makes Online VP Pitch

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, June 5 2008

Clinton brings 'er in for a landing via email while an ally launches an VP campaign on a little known women-in-politics website; freepers' reviews of McCain's Tuesday night speech tend towards "thumbs down;" Obama's ... Read More