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[Op-Ed] Why You Should Take the Tech Community Survey

BY Gina Cooper | Wednesday, October 9 2013

Attendees at PDF 2013 (By Esty Stein and Personal Democracy Forum)

It's time to build a national baseline of information about what tech users and creators care about and will work for in the civic space, says Gina Cooper, one of the co-founders of the new organization TechAdvocacy.us. So stand up and be counted, and help define the tech community as a political constituency. Read More

Beck is Back, and Online-Only

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, September 13 2011

Glenn Beck's Internet-only television network launched yesterday, Reuters reports: Beck left Fox News at the end of June -- or was forced to leave, depending on whom you ask. While at Fox, Beck drew an average of 2.2 ... Read More

Look familiar? Old campaign tool, new advocacy purpose

BY Nick Judd | Tuesday, November 24 2009

SEIU's latest online health care push recycles technology from the 2008 Obama campaign, but adds a new Twitter twist. Read More

Poof! Gone.

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Thursday, April 10 2008

Now you see it, now you don't. I tried to show my Internet Advocacy Communication class the new McCain Girls video this evening. We have been following their adventures as we study YouTube's impact on the election, and ... Read More