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Using Distributed Media (and People) To Ask Hard Questions

BY Dan Gillmor | Friday, May 8 2009

Ari Melber, at Personal Democracy Forum, explains “Condi Rice’s Tortured Macaca Moment,” in which Stanford University students questioned her Read More

Condi Rice's Tortured Macaca Moment

BY Ari Melber | Tuesday, May 5 2009

Political blog readers know that Condi Rice recently lost it. Asked about her role advancing torture during the Bush administration in a meeting with college students, Rice claimed that no torture occurred in Guantanamo ... Read More

Riding the Future with Scoble and leMeur on the World Live Web

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, April 29 2008

I spent a few minutes in the future last night, having a late dinner at an Italian restaurant in Santa Monica with Robert Scoble of FastCompany.tv and Loic le Meur of the start-up Seesmic. Both of them are tech pioneers ... Read More

Happy Birthday, YouTube!

BY Editors | Friday, February 15 2008

Garrison Keillor's "The Writer's Almanac" reminds us today to wish YouTube a happy third birthday. The domain was registered for the first time February 15, 2005. It made its public debut at the end of the year and by ... Read More

Daily Digest: 8/20/07

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, August 20 2007

Frank Rich and the "macaca moment"; "Gays for Giuliani" and accusations of gay-baiting; the National Journal on the candidates' tech platforms; and Chris Dodd's Talk Clock makes a comeback. Read More

Daily Digest: 8/16/07

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, August 16 2007

Is the "Gays for Giuliani" campaign run by Democrats?; more video fun from Rudy Giuliani's past; after the YouTube debate, MySpace, Slate, Yahoo, and Huff Post are helping to change the face of the debates; mobile ... Read More

Daily Digest: 8/14/07

BY Joshua Levy | Tuesday, August 14 2007

Voter-generated videos continue to dog Giuliani and Romney, but there are differences between them and the George Allen macaca moment; Matt Stoller on Barack Obama and the female vote and women in the blogosphere; and ... Read More