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.