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One Year After Obama, Most Big DC Orgs Aren't Embracing Social Media Tools

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, October 15 2009

Marc Ross, Christine Stineman, and Chris Lisi of 2ndSix, Tribe Effect and Chris Lisi Communications have just published a very interesting report looking at how 102 big Washington-based trade associations and advocacy ... Read More

A Freed Change.gov Gets Wigitized, iPhone Apped

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, December 3 2008

Get the Change.gov widget Change.gov the website is so yesterday. Today, it's Change.gov the widget, iPhone app, and mobile tool. We noted a few days ago that online home of the Obama-Biden Transition Project had ... Read More

Insta-Polling Young Voters, State by State

BY Michael Connery | Monday, September 24 2007

Our Voice 2008 is a new, nonpartisan youth politics site that is snap-polling its users on topical issues and providing its users with the means to break down that data by state for display on websites and social ... Read More

Fun with Political Widgets

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, August 24 2007

Want to dress up your website with political data? Just add a widget or badge to your site. Here are a couple of fun options you can play with. 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

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

Why Aren't the Presidential Campaigns Using Widgets?

BY Colin Delany | Wednesday, May 16 2007

The major presidential campaigns have put tons of effort into creating websites, building their own social networks, creating online videos and reaching out to voters through Facebook and MySpace, but they're so far ... Read More