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Could Twitter Change the Math of a Senate Hold?

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, February 5 2010

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Novel Forum, Familiar Questions

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 1 2010

Years back, when I bought a house, someone gave me a piece of advice. Though I don't remember exactly who it was, I remember the guidance well. Don't pick a paint color by committee. You'll end up with a shade that ... Read More

iPad Politics

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 1 2010

The morning-after reaction on the ultimate utility of the iPad has been distinctly mixed. But at least the new device from the mind of Steve Jobs is proving politically useful. The iPad's 3G network connection, when ... Read More

America's Got Questions

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 1 2010

This week and last, we've been treated to a veritable mini-explosion of examples of how a thoroughly modern American president just might engage with the rest of the republic. First, last week we had Obama's gripping ... Read More

Obama's State of the Union '10, the techPres Abridgement

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, January 28 2010

Just in case you had something better to do at 9 ET last night, here's what Obama had to say whittled down to just the segments of his hour-plus address that speak to what we cover here at techPresident. Think of it like ... Read More

Talking Back to Obama's First State of the Union, via YouTube

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, January 26 2010

One big question this morning: will the President tell people to head to YouTube during his first State of the Union address? The White House announced on the White House blog this morning that Obama's SOTU on Wednesday ... Read More