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Should Pelosi Launch a Change.gov Rival?

BY Editors | Wednesday, December 3 2008

While many in the wired political world focus (ok, obsess!) about every minor nav change and bland video posted to President-elect Obama's evolving Change.gov transition site, what about another growing nexus of ... Read More

Daily Digest: The Evolutionary Tracks of the Left and Right

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, July 21 2008

In today's Daily Digest, we rather exhaustively recap Netroots Nation and RightOnline, the blogger conferences held this past week and weekend in Austin, Texas. Read More

Twitter in a Teacup III: Could this be Progress?

BY Dave Witzel | Sunday, July 13 2008

You can never leave the safety of the beltway without missing something. More twitter-dome news breaks while I'm at the beach. The Gray Lady runs with the story but misses the point. Representative Culberson makes a ... Read More

Twitter in a Teacup Part Deux: The Speaker Has Spoken

BY Dave Witzel | Friday, July 11 2008

Twitter in a teacup is officially downgraded from a kerfuffle to a mere brouhaha. Still, there are lessons to learn about how to communicate with Congress and who owns the infrastructure we use. Read More

Daily Digest: 3/26/07

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, March 26 2007

The Web on the Candidates Danny Glover at AirCongress writes that Newt Gingrich is issuing us a "conversation challenge." Newt dismissed the Hillary 1984 video as "utterly, totally destructive of the process of thought. ... Read More