Thursday, August 21, 2003

Linkapalooza: detritus from the campaign trail through cyberspace

Creating new ideas, novel connections, and new approaches to old problems: that is the essence of how the net will remake American politics. I stick my nose in some unusual places, searching for the scent of change in the electron winds. New ways of communicating, innovative ways to organize and exert political influence, emergent ways of learning and sharing information, and fresh ways of seeing the world abound on the net; to ignore them is to forfeit the future.

Occassionally, I look through the uncategorized favorites that I accumulate with such rapidity to see what is worth keeping, and go through my history cache to cull what I may have overlooked. This time, I thought perhaps some of you might find something inspiring or useful amid this jumble. In no particular order, and with no clearly defined theme, I give you a selection of links from the past week on the digital campaign trail for Dr. Dean.

Dean media team innovates
Tired of all those trees?
Dean DVDs
Independent source for Dean's public issue positions
Baghdad Bulletin: reconstruction news
Pressgaggle giggles
AZ political wire
New Hampshire Dems
Dean gets bluesy
Dean defender general flap
IRV POTUS poll
Union activism online
A basic wiki to play with
state politics
A Muslim tells why he's for Dean
Zogby polls and news
Pima Co. Nucleus Club news
IP busting art
Funky Dean design
Democratic future vision
Findlaw local gov't crawler
National polls
Bush secrecy: public citizen
MIT open courseware

Please, leave your own recent discoveries in comments.

1 Comments:

At 1:34 AM, Anonymous About Medicine Blog said...

This time, I thought perhaps some of you might find
something inspiring or useful amid this jumble.

 

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