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RNC Protest Twitterer "Dispatches" from 1,800 Miles Away

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, September 5 2008

I just got off the phone with "notq," a Twitterer who served as an information hub during this week’s St. Paul protests around the Republican National Convention, as I detailed yesterday. As a point person ... Read More

Daily Digest: Sarah Palin Has a Posse

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, September 4 2008

Some voters may still be working out their reaction to Sarah Palin's hard charging speech last night, but her address and its sustained needling of Barack Obama certainly won insta-plaudits on the online right; Former ... Read More

The Secret of eGroups!

BY Patrick Ruffini | Thursday, June 12 2008 still works, and it's not because recreated the features of a social network. If they've succeeded, it's because they've harkened back to the early days of the web, to the primary way that the online ... Read More

Despite Negative Press, Facebook Is a Powerful Agent for Social Change

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, April 24 2008

(This story was originally published on AlterNet and is crossposted with the permission of the excellent folks over there. -- Nancy) As an organizing tool, Facebook has had a couple of ugly weeks of late. Students at ... Read More

Will Google Radio Ads Be a Factor in the '08 Elections?

BY Colin Delany | Tuesday, July 10 2007

At last week's New Organizing Institute/IPDI-sponsored Google presentation on advocacy tools, after looking at Google Ads and answering questions about click fraud, the company's Elections and Issue Advocacy team touched ... Read More