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PdF London Event May 13: Action Replay

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, April 22 2010

Technology is changing politics the world over, and right now one epicenter for that transformation is Great Britain, where the May 6 elections have become a fascinating free-for-all among three major parties, the ... Read More

UK's Cameron Gets His Own "Girls" Tribute Video

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, April 19 2010

President Obama's bequest to the future of Internet politics is that there will mostly like be a "Obama Girl"-like video made for any candidate with populist leanings, at least the male ones. (As if we needed ... Read More

From Killer App to Killed App? UK Debate Interest Swamps Facebook "Dial Test"

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, April 16 2010

Britain was primed and ready for last night's historic, first-ever televised prime ministerial debates. The debates, however, didn't seem to be quite so ready for Britain. Read More

British Politics Tip Toe into the TV Era

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, April 15 2010

It's worth keeping in mind the idea that "technology is changing politics" is all relative. Read More

British 'Net Bill Embiggens Geeks

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, April 12 2010

The passage of the widely-disliked Digital Economy Bill in the UK is, say commentators, having at least one positive, unintended effect: it's sparking a crystallization of what might be called an invigorated geek ... Read More

Parties Share Tools, Split on Objectives in UK Election

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, April 12 2010

Each of the three major political parties in the United Kingdom are attempting to capitalize on the web and digital campaigning, writes Gaby Hinsliff in the Guardian, but Conservatives, Labour, and the Liberal Dems have ... Read More