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The Challenges of Surviving (and Thriving) as a Progressive Blogger

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 7 2009

What's been particularly interesting to watch as the progressive blogosphere have evolved since its founding in, say, 2003 or so is the myriad directions that bloggers spun off towards. Some left-leaning bloggers have ... Read More

Daily Digest: The Mile-High Club

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, August 28 2008

Day 4 of our DNC Coverage Read More

Daily Digest: Bring Your Spam to the "Astroturf" Picnic

BY Joshua Sherman | Friday, August 8 2008

New vs. Traditional media is apples and oranges, Cybersecurity advice for the next President, DNC responds to "Democrats Praising McCain" ad, McCain offers prizes to spammers and realizes his recent YouTube dominance, ... Read More

Daily Digest: Netroots Grapples with Obama's Ideology

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, July 11 2008

The morning after President Bush signed FISA into law, the online left considers how it fits in Obama's world; John McCain turns to YouTube to make know his distaste for comments by his economic advisor Phil Gramm, ... Read More

What is Obama's Movement?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, May 8 2008

As the dust settles on the Democratic primary fight, I think more people are going to be turning their attention to understanding the significance of the new kind of political machine the Obama campaign has been ... Read More

Daily Digest: Romney Lost Because He Relied Too Much on the GOP Echo Chamber

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, February 8 2008

More on young voters in 2008; lost votes in California?; Ben Smith shares the labor and the smarts; Real Clear Politics earns some kudos; Matt Stoller reinvents campaign finance reform; Patrick Leahy wants the Founding ... Read More

Daily Digest: 9/10/07

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, September 10 2007

Matt Stoller looks for ways to organize the netroots against a Hillary Clinton candidacy; a new widget from Rock the Vote makes it easy to create your own voter registration program; James Durban implores conservative ... Read More

New Political Videos Weekly Roundup

BY Editors | Friday, September 7 2007

We're going to try something new here at techPresident; every Friday we're going to post our semi-subjective, semi-scientific list of the best new political videos of the week. We're focusing on voter-generated content, ... Read More

YearlKos Liveblogging: On the Evolution of the Blogosphere

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, August 3 2007

With the top 50 political blogs getting 95% of the traffic, has a Blogosphere Establishment formed? Does the word blogger suffice to describe people who may be practicing journalism, activism or campaigning for a ... Read More

PDF2007: The Rise of the Netroots

BY Matt Stoller | Friday, May 18 2007

[We're going to post text or excerpts from the proceedings of PdF2007 here as fast as we can get them. (And we're also working to get footage from the mainhall sessions up online too, but that will take til tomorrow.) ... Read More