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Change.gov a Wiki Wannabe

BY Allison Fine | Wednesday, November 26 2008

The Obama folks have launched a discussion on health care policy on their Change.gov site reports Nancy Scola. Launched yesterday, the health care area has become a "live" forum of conversation hosted by two members of ... Read More

Daily Digest: OffTheBus Causes Traditional Media Sleepless Nights

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, July 24 2008

The Huffington Post's OffTheBus project hits a milestone; Color of Change, MoveOn and hip hop superstar Nas join forces to push back against Fox News' coverage of race; we have a look at who is a self-proclaimed ... Read More

Do you have to be a "political blogger" to be a blogger with political influence?

BY Morra Aarons-Mele | Monday, June 9 2008

I shouldn't admit this, but the one single blog I check every day no matter what is PerezHilton.com. And I've noticed that in between Lauren Conrad dissings and celeb baby bump spottings, Perez gets pretty political. ... 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: McCain NewsHunt Keeps Watch of the Watchers

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, June 3 2008

A just-launched effort from Off The Bus takes a Digg-like approach to stories around the McCain campaign; a profile of Newt Gingrich's man in Silicon Valley; a new vote pledge tool aims to make use of a full range of ... Read More

Daily Digest: Who Stole David Brooks?

BY Joshua Levy | Friday, May 23 2008

David Brooks talks about geeks, tech, and politics; dreams of an Obama-Webb ticket; CQ's VP contest is over, and the winner is...; a new study suggests that HuffPo readers aren't as homogeneous as you think; two new ... Read More

From Exposing Superdelegates to the Bitter Brouhaha, Web Activists Make Their Mark

BY Ari Melber | Thursday, April 17 2008

From Obama's "bitter" brouhaha to making new rules for the superdelegates, Internet activists are upending this presidential campaign. Read More

Obama Blogs About His Relationship with Rev. Wright

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, March 14 2008

Obama goes on Huffington Post to address the Rev. Jeremiah Wright controversy. Read More

Daily Digest: 9/25/07

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, September 25 2007

Barack Obama is the winner of the Huffington Post/Yahoo/Slate mashup debate; John Edwards will visit Columbus, KY, the winning town in his Eventful demands competition; Off The Bus introduces Roadkill, a guide to the ... 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