September 18th, 2012
Howdy Mitt, not sure if you’ve noticed (oh wait, in theory you have), but we’re living in an era in which the camera is ALWAYS on. Here are just a few Epolitics.com articles on the nature of politics in an era in which a candidate’s EVERY utterance can be recorded and published online for all of us to enjoy. Note that the oldest date back to October of 2006, just a couple of months after we launched.
- Did the Internet Make Rick Perry a Crazy Man?
- Internet Amplifies “Koch Brother” Prank Call to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
- 1980s Tom Daschle Campaign Ad + YouTube = Public Hypocrisy
- John McCain v. Social Media: The People Win
- Seven Things about Online Politics We Can Learn from Barack Obama and the 2008 Primary Season
- Online Video’s Place in the Obama/Deval Patrick Plagiarism “Scandal”
- Leveraging Real-World Actions for Online Exposure: Kleenex Gets Punk’d
- Barack Obama + Bollywood + Video Editing Software = Genius
- “Gotcha” Culture, Authenticity, and the Danger for Campaigns
- Tech Daily: YouTube Boom May Mean New Jobs On Campaigns
- Behind Macaca: How the Webb Campaign Lit the Fire that Burned George Allen
- Google Destroyed Message Control
- Congressional Staff Find The Internet Not As Anonymous As It Looks
- Mark Foley and the Persistence of Digital Communications
Will these guys ever learn? I kinda hope not…I’ve had too much fun with this to want to stop.