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Talkin' 'Bout Revolution in Morningside Heights

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, March 7 2011

From left to right, Sheila Coronel, Rebecca McKinnon, Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, and Danny O'Brien. Not pictured: Nazila Fathi and Jacob Weisberg; photo by Nancy Scola   Read More

An Upside to the "Twitter Can't Topple Dictators" Genre?

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, February 14 2011

Illustration of Hosni Mubarak by Robert Cadena Read More


BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, February 10 2011

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Egypt, Tunisia: Generation TXT Comes of Age?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, February 1 2011

While I completely agree with Matthew Ingram, whose post "It's Not Twitter or Facebook, It's the Power of the Network" should be must-reading as an antidote to all the overheated media commentary about which tech tool is ... Read More

Revolution Watch: Tracking Digital Activism in Northern Africa and the Middle East

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, January 27 2011

[Last updated: Friday, Jan. 28th, 9:18 p.m. EST] Photo by Nasser Nouri Read More

Which Revolution Will Be Twittered?

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Saturday, October 2 2010

Cross posted from Huffington Post "The revolution will not be televised," said Gil Scott Heron. He was right. Television did not end the Vietnam War and create global peace. But television did expose our nation to the ... Read More

Beyond Bittergate, Barack Yields Success to His Supporters

BY David All | Sunday, April 27 2008

Chris Chiasson has unearthed an interesting nugget from Barack's now infamous April 6 San Francisco fundraiser speech where the meme "Bittergate" emerged in which Barack recognizes the success of his organization is due ... Read More

How to be a preditor

BY David All | Friday, September 21 2007

The greatest opportunity for a campaign/committee to make a difference on the trail is with online video. That's just commonsense, but there is at least one study out there on the subject which now confirms the ... Read More