Who’s Changing the World of Politics and the Internet?

June 29th, 2010

Contest time! For the 11th year running, Phil Noble’s PoliticsOnline.com (teamed with the World eDemocracy Forum) is seeking out ten folks who are changing the world of online politics, and you can help. To participate, just go to the entry submission page and contribute suggestions by July 9th — send your favorite person or organization to the awards ceremony at this year’s 11th World eDemocracy Forum, being held October 13-15 in Issy-les-Moulineaux, Paris. And just remember, when you’re submitting e.politics, the last name is spelled D-E-L-A-N-Y…Boxless and I could use a trip to France, yes indeed.

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