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Daily Digest: The Well-Oiled Campaign Machine

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, July 17 2008

Bill Richardson and -- sooprise, sooprise -- Ron Paul come out on top of Slate's vice-presidential picker; the Obama campaign is, in the words of one Dean veteran, not innovative but "extraordinarily professional;" we ... Read More

Daily Digest: "Who's Web Savvy Now?"

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, July 16 2008

Team McCain pwns the Obama campaign by tracking screen captures that show changes to the Democratic candidate's website subsection on Iraq; with an innovative and occassionally funny digital townhall, Rep. John Culberson ... Read More

Twitter in a Teacup III: Could this be Progress?

BY Dave Witzel | Sunday, July 13 2008

You can never leave the safety of the beltway without missing something. More twitter-dome news breaks while I'm at the beach. The Gray Lady runs with the story but misses the point. Representative Culberson makes a ... Read More

Twitter in a Teacup Part Deux: The Speaker Has Spoken

BY Dave Witzel | Friday, July 11 2008

Twitter in a teacup is officially downgraded from a kerfuffle to a mere brouhaha. Still, there are lessons to learn about how to communicate with Congress and who owns the infrastructure we use. Read More

Daily Digest: Welcome to the Nimble Web

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, July 10 2008

Now that FISA has been put to rest, what happens to the group that quickly formed to protest Obama's stance on the bill?; the Twitter Dome Scandal (we coined that!) heats up, and we break it all down for you; a new map ... Read More

Twitter in a Teacup

BY Dave Witzel | Thursday, July 10 2008

Further proof that what happens in twitter doesn't necessarily stay in twitter is the continuing controversy (?!) over the use of new technology by Congresspeople. Read More

Daily Digest: Case Study in "Worth a Try" Activism

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, July 9 2008

With it's last-ditch Night of Facebook Action, the anti-FISA group that was organized to protest Barack Obama's stance on the bill is turning into a case study in "worth a try" activism; Carly Fiorina is on the trail and ... Read More

Daily Digest: Tuesday's Basketful of Links

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, July 8 2008

The anti-FISA protests of Barack Obama swamp Google News search results for the bill; is the House of Representatives really trying to hush up Twittering Rep. John Culberson?; British PM Gordon Brown, facing no such ... Read More

John Culberson: Most Connected Congressman?

BY Dave Witzel | Wednesday, June 25 2008

John Culberson, Republican from Houston, has taken an early but wide lead as "most connected Congressman" via twitter and Qik. Read More

Watch This Space For PdF2008 Live!

BY Micah L. Sifry | Saturday, June 21 2008

I'll be going live to the web from time-to-time during the next two-and-a-half days as PdF2008 gets under way, using a Nokia N95 mobile phone, and if you want to watch, just bookmark this page. You can also follow me on ... Read More