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More Follow-Up from Roots Camp

RootsCamp has stirred up quite a discussion on the web, with dozens of sites doing follow-up articles and many participants posting notes from individual discussion groups. Want to learn more? Go to the RootsCamp DC Notes wiki. – cpd ...

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Blogging Spreads to Boardrooms, Newsrooms

As people realize their value as a communications tool, blogs are spreading to more and more places where they were initially resisted. At the rate things are going, the Western economy should shudder to a halt in, oh, about six months as we all stop doing anything but writing for blogs and...

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Quick Hits — December 4, 2006

Election 2006: People Powered Politics. MoveOn lets us know what you can do if you have 3.2 million motivatived volunteers. Turns out, a lot. Via Democracy in Action. In Personal Democracy Forum, Josh Levy has three reports from this past weekend’s Roots Camp, demonstrating excellent...

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Working with Local Bloggers

Hey kids, this weekend’s Roots Camp was a terrific experience — not only did I get to meet Ha-Hoa Dang and several other regular readers face to face, but I was lucky enough to sit in on a bunch of really fascinating discussions. One of them looked at the benefits of working with local...

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