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My RSS Feeds Don't Lie: Candidate Blogs are Boring

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, December 17 2007

According to the stats on Google Reader and Bloglines, Fred Thompson, Ron Paul, and Barack Obama have the most RSS subscribers of all the presidential candidates. But there are comparatively few subscribers compared to ... Read More

Branding Supporters' Desktops: A Widget for Campaigns

BY Colin Delany | Friday, June 29 2007

Hi, I'd like to ask all of our Republican colleagues to go to the bathroom or go watch tv or something. Um, yeah, just kidding, but here's why: I'm going to be talking about a damned interesting application that ... Read More

CalendaRSS

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Friday, June 8 2007

One of the most exciting things about watching the evolving use of digital strategy in the presidential campaigns is seeing the emergence of new best practices. The Edwards campaign provides a great example of what I ... Read More

Widgets Not Waiting for the Presidential Campaigns

BY Colin Delany | Tuesday, May 29 2007

Inspired by the May 16th e.politics/techPresident article on the conspicuous lack of presidential campaign widgets, a group of software developers has started to build their own — if the campaigns won't help their ... Read More

RSS: It's Really Simple if you want Support

BY Editors | Wednesday, February 21 2007

Almost all of the 2008 presidential candidates post news in some form on their web sites, whether they are press releases or collected news articles. Many candidates now also post speeches and host blogs on their site. ... Read More