Speaking of The Good Doctor Rosenblatt and continuing the week’s apparent emphasis on elections and their aftermath, let’s vote again, this time for the Top 10 Who Are Changing the World of the Internet and Politics. Alan’s Internet Advocacy Roundtable made the cut, as did others of our friends and comrades in arms, including the Personal Democracy Forum, Google’s Peter Greenberger, Joe Rospars and the Obama Singers (well, close enough), Blue State Digital and the entire Iran protest movement. Winners receive acclaim and valuable prizes, up to and including a trip to Paris for the World eDemocracy Forum (daaaaayum).
Swing on by PoliticsOnline to see all 20 nominees, who are certified as being among the “individuals, organizations and companies having the greatest impact on the way the Internet is changing politics.” BTW, voting’s also going on in the Superheroes for DC mayoral race today; I ain’t officially taking sides [cough]Wonder Woman[/cough], but go exercise your Democratic rights — it’ll sure count more than most votes do in DC. Apparently, things have turned ugly in the race in a few cases on Twitter, via email and in the blogosphere. Remember kids, it’s all fun and games until somebody loses an eye!