Clearing the Cache: Coming Down from the Summit
BY Nick Judd | Friday, February 26 2010
- The State of the Internet in 2009.
- Free Press takes aim at "corporate shills" on the Huffington Post, on the Huffington Post.
- Percolating: the Coffee Party.
- Pelosi, Boehner, Reid take follow up questions on health care via YouTube. (Pelosi has the most views so far, with 331.)
- Also: Boehner solicited follow-ups via Twitter in the first seconds of his video and talks about Republican new media initiatives on BigGovernment.
- Also: MoveOn made fun of Boehner in a new ad, and Rep. Anthony Weiner, liveblogging the summit yesterday, piled on with a crack about Boehner's tan.
- The Sunlight Foundation compares its live-stream of the summit favorably with cable news.
- That Carbon Fund logo looks familiar ... (h/t David All.)
- Cryptome is back.
- The White House says President Obama's plans for "knowledge discovery" after the attempted Christmas Day airline bombing aren't a return to Total Information Awareness, the abortive Bush-era national security data-mining initiative.
With Micah Sifry
* Disclosure: Our Andrew Rasiej and Micah Sifry are senior advisors to the Sunlight Foundation.