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Yahoo! et al announce Presidential online debate plans – Clift corrects the record

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

While the press release makes an important announcement, this is not the first online candidate debate.
Back in the olden days, Web White & Blue hosted the first one in 2000. As I blogged about at E-Democracy.Org the other month, we have a lot to say about e-debate formats from our 1994 to 2006 [...]

Generating US Presidential E-Debate Momentum, Sign the Petition

Monday, March 5th, 2007

I’ve blogged over at E-Democracy.Org the details on our proposal for a pre-primary U.S. Presidential E-Debate:
e-democracy.org/blog/posts/82
Included is our formerly top secret e-debate diagram and a 20 minute “screencast” with more juicy details.

(Larger image on E-Democracy’s blog post.)
Whether we receive funding or not, I think this idea has serious legs and [...]

World’s First Candidate Debate Launched on YouTube – Minnesota Gubernatorial E-Debate

Monday, October 9th, 2006

OK, I got to grab a late lunch before strapping myself down in the host chair for more e-debate production work. But quickly …
Check out:
e-democracy.org/e-debates
I am particularly happy about the video opening statements we received:
e-democracy.org/edebatemn06/?cat=19

UPDATE: In terms of more video models (non-YouTube but important), also see the Veterans of [...]

Penny Sharpe (MLC, New South Wales, Australia) launches representative website with web movie

Thursday, May 25th, 2006

Check out Penny Sharpe’s website launch cartoon. Excellent.
She’s earned an invitation to the invite-only online community for wired elected officials. It is isn’t open yet, but if you are an elected wired politician and would like to trade notes with others is a private space, let me know.

DoWire Quick Tour Web Movie

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006

I’ve put together a short DoWire Quick Tour Web Movie which highlights the key features and content across the new DoWire.Org site.
Direct link:
dowire.org/movies/dowirequicktour.html
I made this Flash movie using a tool called Camtasia.


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