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POST TC50: Politics4All Launches A New Campaign Based Political Social Networking Site

BY Justin Oberman | Monday, September 15 2008

While I usually cover only the mobile stuff for Personal Democracy and TechPresident I happened to be one of the few PDF/TechPresident bloggers at the TechCrunch 50 event in San Francisco last week. While I was there ... Read More

POST TC50: Politics4All Launches A New Campaign Based Political Social Networking Site

BY Justin Oberman | Monday, September 15 2008

While I usually cover only the mobile stuff for Personal Democracy and TechPresident I happened to be one of the few PDF/TechPresident bloggers at the TechCrunch 50 event in San Francisco last week. While I was there ... Read More

Daily Digest: No Candidate is an Island

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, August 5 2008

Several new projects point to the idea that politicos are coming to understand how much social networks matter in 2008; the world's most famous customer service representative jumps into the wired POTUS debate; the DNC ... Read More

The Social Media Voter

BY Fred Stutzman | Thursday, March 6 2008

When it comes to social media, I'm a digital native. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter - these services are deeply integrated into my daily life and, to a certain extent, the lives of my friends and family. The fact that I am a ... Read More

Social networks and youth voter activation

BY Fred Stutzman | Monday, January 7 2008

After watching the Iowa returns and reading blog and press accounts, I'm starting to see a potential third way for social network technology. Caveat, I don't have ethnography to back this up, this is just my opinion, but ... Read More

Social Network Analysis of 2008: Is America Polarized or Just Really Impressionable?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, January 2 2008

Buyers of political books on Amazon are clearly divided between people who favor liberal titles vs people who favor conservative titles, with little cross-buying occurring. But a new study of consumer behavior suggests ... Read More

From Meetup to MySpace: Are We Innovating?

BY Patrick Ruffini | Friday, September 21 2007

This is the Mark Cuban theory applied to online politics. Read on. Read More

Howard Dean Sent Me a Message on Facebook?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, July 26 2007

So, this afternoon I got an email reading, "Howard Dean sent you a message on Facebook." (This is after I decided to accept his friend invitation yesterday.) Well, it wasn't really from Dean. What I did get was an email ... Read More

Obama on Eons

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Friday, June 29 2007

The Obama campaign has just launched its Eons campaign, including a big ad on the Eons homepage rotation. For those of you unfamiliar with Eons, it is a social network for people ages 50 and up (I had to lie about my age ... Read More

Web World Forum on How Online Issue Campaigns Can Leverage the Presidential Elections

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Tuesday, June 19 2007

This morning I attended the Adfero Group's Winning in a Web World forum at the US Chamber of Commerce. The topic of this forum was "How Associations Engage Online in a Presidential Election." The half-day forum ... Read More