Mmm, mmm, do I love me a Super Tuesday party. Or two. Or three.
- How the web followed the Super Tuesday results. C.f. Twitter/Twittervision/Google Maps Super Tuesday Mashup and Internet political buzz super for democracy (note quote from e.politics — and Google didn’t pay a dime for it).
- Obama’s Wired Tuesday Push. Missed this one yesterday.
- Super Tuesday: How We Got Here. An excellent history lesson from CQ. Via Political Wire.
- Silicon Valley Donations: Microsoft Loves Hillary; Google, Obama.
- Edward Cone: A reality check on Web politics. This guy’s been paying attention.
- Results on the Web and on Your Phone. Politics is a relentless pursuer.
- Matt Drudge Starts Posting on YouTube. Reputed Clinton love-fest clearly over.
- Obama, the Internet and the Decline of Big Money and Big Media. Did the ‘net make a successful Obama campaign possible?
- With No Clear Winner, Spin Wars Fierce
- Most apt image from Super Tuesday.
- Clinton May Self-Finance Campaign.
- Super Tuesday, Internet Style: How We’re Using the Web In the 2008 Elections.
- Are Democrats raising more money online than Republicans because they are more Web-savvy or popular?
- Local (Chicago) Democratic Candidate Launches Online Video Satire.
- Media Celebrity Launches World’s First Online Political Talent Community and Magazine. Warning: press release. But will it find you a job? (We’ll see.)
- Barack Obama online exploits. Evidently, he’s putting Canada to shame.
- Amateur Online Music Videos Do Huge Traffic, Give Candidates Free, Positive Exposure. C.f. Obama song resonates on the Internet.
- DARPA Nabs Big Bucks for Mach 6 Planes, Giant Robotic Blimps, Next-Gen Networks. Shape-shifting planes battleship-sized blimps hovering at 65,000 feet = airplane-geek heaven.