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Letting You Watch Ink Dry, Latest GOP New Media Strategy, Is Working, Says NRCC

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, June 7 2012

The National Republican Congressional Committee went live this morning with a video feed of a printer churning out paper copies of petitions signed online in opposition to the Affordable Care Act. As the printer spits out each piece of paper, its own Twitter feed announces when it runs out of toner and mentions signers who have a high Klout score. The whole new-media blitz meant to make the NRCC "first off the block" in the messaging wars over an expected Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of President Barack Obama's health care legislation. Read More

Should This Reenactment With Marisa Tomei Be One of the Only Available Videos of the Prop 8 Trial?

BY Nick Judd | Monday, August 29 2011

Progressive activist group Courage Campaign is live-tweeting ongoing court proceedings Monday over whether to release video recordings of the controversial court case banning California's Proposition 8, an amendment to ... Read More

T-Minus One Minute Until the End of an Era

BY Nick Judd | Friday, July 8 2011 is live-streaming the last-ever shuttle launch in less than one minute. Read More

Accidental Transparency and Institutional Change

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, July 7 2011

After Republicans took over both houses of the North Carolina General Assembly, N.C. Coalition on Lobbying and Government Reform Director Jane Pinsky writes today in a Charlotte Observer op-ed, they promised to be open, ... Read More

BP Undecided on Hitting Web Cam "Off" Switch

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, May 25 2010

Mother Jones' David Corn reports that Rep. Ed Markey is objecting to BP's decision to kill its live web cam at the moment it attempts to kill the leaking Deepwater Horizon well off the Gulf Coast. But BP is contending, ... Read More