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Where Money Meets New Media: A Virginia Governor's Race Postmortem

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, November 10 2009

Television is still king. Printed mailers are second in line to the throne. And somewhere, waiting out in the castle courtyard, is the joker that is new media. Read More

"Facebook Guy's" Thoughts on Campaigning

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, November 5 2009

The Hill's Kim Hart has the story on Facebook's run for attorney general in California. Okay, so technically, it's Facebook's Chief Privacy Officer Chris Kelly who is in the race, but Kelly concedes that he's well known ... Read More

One Day, One Planet: A How-To Guide to Orchestrating a Global Day of Action

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, November 4 2009

EchoDitto's Michael Silberman, a veteran of the Dean campaign who led its use of MeetUp, deconstructs the recent global day of action around the 350 ovement on climate change: Read More

Whither Obama & Co.'s Organizing Might?

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 30 2009

Writing for the New Republic, Lydia DePillis investigates the Obama operation'spost-campaign organizing might, now institutionalized in the Organizing for America branch of the Democratic National Committee. Read More

House GOP's WhipCast: Mobilizing the Minority (Updated)

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, October 29 2009

Meet WhipCast, the newly public BlackBerry application that House Republicans, led by Republican Whip Eric Cantor of Virginia and Kevin McCarthy of California, are showing around the Hill. Politico's Mike Allen has the ... Read More

Pawlenty Pointedly Posts RFP for Online Overhaul

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, October 22 2009

The Republican National Committee might have been a bit red in the face when a skeletal Request for Proposal on the revamping of its website became public, but Minnesota's Republican Governor -- and possible 2012 ... Read More

Putting Brazil's Favelas on the (Google) Map

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, October 20 2009

More than a million people live in Rio de Janeiro's favelas, those makeshift towns that ring Brazil's second largest city, where faveladors make up a full one-sixth of the population. Read More