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CDC Using Second Life for Health Education

Nedra Kline Weinreich has a fascinating article about how the Centers for Disease Control is exploring Second Life as they look at ways social media can be used to promote public health. She interviews CDC Second Life representative John Anderton at length about why and how the agency decided to...

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Ten Commandments of MySpace Advocacy

M&R Strategic Services has pulled together a nice list of tips for using MySpace (and by extension, other social networking sites) for political advocacy and has published it as a PDF. My favorite: “Be prepared to lose control,” always good advice in a new media environment (or...

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Using Online Video to Bypass Media Filters

At e.politics, I mostly talk about how organized campaigns and advocacy groups use technology to communicate and to organize, but we should never forget that the same tools are available to everyone with a computer or even a cell phone. For a recent example, watch this video, in which a random...

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Quick Hits — November 1, 2006

Media Turning to Blogs for Election Night Reaction. CNN will host an election-night blogger party — let’s hope they provide a nice snack tray. Voters Beware: Internet Gives Free Rein To Jabs. Wikipedia wars! Rude comments galore! Nice quotes from friends-of-e.politics Rob Arena and...

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