Howard “yes, he’s my boss” Owens follows up on the December 2007 post that spawned Wired Journalists with an update as the year grinds to a burly, overwhelming close. (Well, it’s been that way the last couple weeks for me, at least.) Howard asks how wired you’ve become in 2008: The post stirred a lot […]
[Let’s get the usual disclaimer out of the way, first things first.] For those of you who haven’t noticed that I have a political point of view, forgive the intrusion, but this is my Election Day editorial, and for that matter, it’s my name on the masthead, so I pretty much get to say what […]
Will Larry run? Lessig ’08 – Change Congress.
Site is running searches (through tweetscan or on its own?) for all candidate names, pulling the feeds, parsing the XML into this well-designed display. Very cool. Politweets – When Twitter gets political
A profile page, friends, and dugg stories for many presidential candidates. On Digg. Wow. (And yes, Ron Paul has close to double the friends of the the guy in 2nd place.) Digg – Digg The Candidates
In this comment thread on TechCrunch, there’s at least an explanation of who built the Obama site’s social networking software and where it’s been running, if not necessarily an explanation of the code behind it. MyBarackObama: Who Built This?
Best political campaign Web site ever? Maybe. Blogs, BarackTV, links to stuff on Flickr, YouTube, Facebook, and — get this — My.BarackObama.com = a social networking site built in. At first glance, I’m guessing this was coded from scratch. BarackObama.com
What Adrian Holovaty is working on. He says: “Much, much more to come.” Campaign 2008: The Presidential Field | 2008 Presidential Candidates | washingtonpost.com
Best. Candidate Web site. Ever. If every wannabe-Preznit doesn’t break out a videoblog and links to their social networking profiles, I’ll be sorely disappointed. Great job. Tom Vilsack for President
Dear Sen. Obama, Please run for president. Thanks, Ryan