March 28th, 2007
- Welcome to the neighborhood, Politico! “In its early days the Politico is demonstrating the same coziness with power and pack reporting mentality that’s sadly been the hallmark of old media.”
- Huffington journalism professor = mass citizen-news project. Everyday people covering the campaigns? Clearly they can’t do worse than the pros. Via Beltway Blogroll.
- They’ll have competion, though, as The Onion launches a video news network. Finally, someone with the balls to uncover REAL stories the mainstream media won’t touch.
- Edwards’ Fundraising Jumps. Supporters’ wallets follow their hearts.
- Silicon Valley to Hillary: You’re all old and stuff.
- Hey, This Rudy Giuliani Site Isn’t Half Bad. If only the same could be said for his electoral prospects (please people, let’s get serious here — this IS still the Republican Party).
- Liberal in their interpretation of the rules, if nothing else: Are Ron Paul Supporters Gaming Digg?
- Pentagon invites bloggers to Iraq. Apparently part of a cunning plan to bore insurgency to death.
- Search the mobile web on Google. But beware the old walk-and-search routine — multitasking can kill you.
- For Marketers Social Media Soars, Mobile and Gaming Lag. Via MarketingVOX.
- Fans bake Jason Z. a digital cake for his two-year DIA anniversary. Awwwwwwwwwwwww… (I’ll take extra icing on my piece).
- Emaily Post Strikes Back. Some straightforward guidance for giving good email — white gloves no longer required.
- One last turn of the screw (up) — Microsoft Accidentally Sends Secret File On Journalist, To That Journalist. Oops. Place your bets: who’ll be the first presidential campaign press agent to do the same?