June 1st, 2007
- Will Fred Thompson be an Internet Campaign Innovator? Alan Rosenblatt says, guilty as charged.
- Ol’ Fred had better do somethin’ right quick: For GOP, Gen Next is becoming Gen Gone (a Burt Edwards suggestion).
- Ron Paul to the rescue! Demanding Ron Paul, and Inside the Ron Paul Machine II: On the Assembly Line (made-up friends = my favorite kind).
- YouTube and MySpace campaign for political positions. Eyeballs = money.
- The Long Tail of political fundraising. On the sublime glories of $5 donations.
- Continuing to follow the benjamins, let’s look at Fundraising Widgets.
- Ads Work Harder to Keep Skip-Happy Viewers. If an ad runs and nobody watches it, was it actually shown?
- Facebook frenzy! Cheryl Contee loves it, but is it a dream niche for widget-builders or the harbinger of Web 2.1? (Maybe both.) Also, Todd Zeigler praises the subtlety of Obama’s Facebook Application, and the Washington Post and Slate are so completely teaming up with Facebook that it’s not even funny.
- The AP strikes back! Screw Facebook, we’re putting stories on Nintendo Wii.
- Returning to the oldest online medium, Email Deliverability Still a Challenge, but Content Not Main Culprit.
- How to Edit Yourself When You Write Too Much. A subtle hint?
- Web 2.0 not just for the big boyz, according to Michah Sifry and David All.
- A little Republican respect for Markos (there’s a first).
- The New RealPlayer: Ripping a YouTube Video Near You. Yay, content-theft just became that much more easy.
- Think you’re having a bad day? Check out Paul Wolfowitz’s MySpace site (via Wonkette).
- One hit too many: Mom, can I have a subscription to Girls & Corpses magazine? (Via Shake Well Before Use).