NPR continued its coverage of the new technology of politics with an interview with Joe Trippi on Morning Edition today. Not much new here, though the piece discusses YouTube and the rise of citizen journalism, MySpace, Google-bombing and podcasts. Trippi talked at some length about one of his favorite ideas, the concept that new online technologies, unlike television, reward authenticity in a candidate. Past NPR pieces covered YouTube ads and political databases. Thanks to Peter Davis for the tip.