November 29th, 2011
The Quick Hits of Autumn are the sweetest, tinged with the quiet regret of a dying year.
- Video: DNC Attacks Mitt Romney in Hollywood-Style Ad, heavily promoting MittvMitt.com (an earlier version of which was reviewed here). C.f. Did We Just Get A Preview Of The General Election?
- Kansas governor apologizes for ‘overreaction’ to teen’s disparaging tweet. Plus, A Southern Republican View of Twitter.
- Update: (How to Hold a Real) Twitter Townhall
- Update: Are Nonprofits Raising Money Via Social Networks?
- Update: The (cool) Gadgets of #Occupy.
- Update: Stop #SOPA: Using the Internet to Save the Internet.
- Can social media predict the 2012 GOP Presidential nominee?
- Update: Google+ Launches Guide for Politicians and Candidates, via Julia Silver.
- Understanding the Gingrich Phenomenon. Apparently, it’s because of The Twitter.
- Sunlight Foundation follows lobbyist tweets.
- Tumblr may be the Twitter of the 2012 campaign season, via K Street. Let’s put the emphasis on “MAY.”
- Team Obama Joins Google Plus, and Seven Nonprofit Folks to Follow on Google+. But c.f. 3 Reasons Why Google+ Won’t Beat Facebook. Update: 10 Ways that Google+ Can Compete with Facebook.
- How would a $100B Facebook IPO match up?
- The Technology Firsts in Ohio’s Issue 2 Campaign.
- Documentary-style video links Bob Casey and Obama at birth (btw, since when is a five-minute online-only video considered an “ad?”).
- Pre-Occupied: The origins and future of Occupy Wall Street, and The Branding of the Occupy Movement. But Is The New York Times giving Adbusters too much credit? C.f. Inside the OWS secret hideout.
- How Bloggers, Occupy Wall Street Have Inspired Each Other.
- Croatian Transparency Activist Marko Rakar Making Waves Again. Kickass — Marko’s a friend.
- Obama’s Chicago campaign staff living good life — away from Washington.
- Why Congressional Websites Matter.
- A beginner’s guide to mobile ad networks.
- Five Defining Features of Landing Pages 3.0.
- The art of writing the perfect blogger pitch.
- Choosing Ideal Images for your Website.
- For the first time, The Atlantic’s online ad revenue exceeds print.
- Five Lies About Social Media Marketing. “Sure, I’ll respect you in the morning.”
- And finally, A True Fact.