Tag Archives: Obama

It’s over and so it’s starting

Quite a hiatus here as far as the blog posts are concerned – but then again that’s not really something extraordinary around here is it. So the long race for the presidency is over. It will be interesting to see … Continue reading

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AR; the internet in the 2004 US presidential campaign

In an article recently published, Cristian Vaccari provides an interesting overview of the role of ‘net in the 2004 presidential campaign, based on interviews with senior aides to the campaigns of George W. Bush and John Kerry. It’s always good … Continue reading

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It’s not over yet (but it is)

In theory, on paper, and officially, the Democratic party still has no presidential nominee – but after winning the Montana primary last night and clinching the endorsement of a score of superdelegates, there hardly remains much doubt about Barack Obama … Continue reading

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Social news sites react to the ABC-debate

Social news sites were highly critical of what was seen as low-quality journalism by ABC; but it is hypothesized that this criticism was also motivated by pro-Obama sentiment. On April 16, ABC News broadcast a televised debate between Hillary Clinton … Continue reading

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Inspiration, not aggregation? [updated]

Alexander van Elsas posted an entry about problems faced by, and possible future of, content aggregation; summing up nicely the questions that I myself trying to answer (though without putting it all into the context of a model of public … Continue reading

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