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What did we learn with Jesse Ventura and e-campaigning 10 years ago?

Monday, June 16th, 2008

With 2008 heralded as the first true national Internet election, I can’t
help but think back to the lessons from Minnesota in 1998.
What’s your take? What do we know now that we didn’t already know back
in 1998. Feel free to comment via the dowire.org/notes blog.
Steven Clift
E-Democracy.Org
DoWire.Org
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 1998 09:53:12 -0500
From: Steven Clift
To: do-wire {AT} [...]

Conferences – E-Democracy Barcamp, Politics Online Conf, We Media, SXSW

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

Alan Rosenblatt, put together a great list of upcoming conferences in the U.S.. Thanks Alan!
Steven Clift
E-Democracy.Org
P.S. Alan is one of E-Democracy.Org’s Board members, so feel free to connect with him at any of these events if you are interested in local Issues Forums or opportunities for collaboration.
The Internet Advocacy Roundtable Roundup
Lots of great conferences coming [...]

Finally, a “Netroots” Online US Presidential Debate – 10Questions.com

Friday, October 19th, 2007

NOTE: This is my first cross-posted blog post as part of the Knight News Challenge to both DoWire.Org and the Media Shift Idea Lab blog.
On my Democracies Online blog I shared my dismay about the so-called online candidate debates thus far this election cycle. With E-Democracy.Org we hosted the first online candidate debate back in [...]

Presidential Debate 2.0?

Monday, August 27th, 2007

The CNN YouTube Debates are generating a huge amount of attention. This has proven to be an excellent mechanism to draw interesting video questions from citizens while still maintaining the standard live on stage debate format. The debate rages on about the YouTube debate format (the Democrats went first) and questions about who will or [...]

WikiScanner and TechPresident’s – StaffWiki

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007

A new era of transparency is upon us. The recently released WikiScanner – wikiscanner.virgil.gr – has folks all a buzz and now TechPresident is taking another angle and exposing what political hacks used to only discover at the local bar in Iowa or New Hampshire after a day on the campaign trail.
Check out Tech President’s [...]


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