Posts tagged ‘obama’

Yes They Can (Mostly)

Well, some of my faith in the US is restored this morning. Senator Obama’s election to the White House is an extraordinary gesture of hope that…

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A Report From Obama, Japan

On this historic day in American history, I wanted to reference Sarah’s excellent report from the coincidentally-named town of Obama, Japan: I spent the past weekend…

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My 1.85 Cents on the Bailout Bill

I’m no economist. In fact, I don’t deserve to live in the same town as the guy who hands out the ‘economist’ name tags. With that…

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The Weird Things People Trademark

I guess this is technically a client plug. But if I hadn’t written a guest post on it over at the CI Sense blog, I’d have…

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Electoral Demographics

I thought the most popular Facebook pages for politicians told the story of the demographic differences between Senator Obama and McCain’s supporters:

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Great Wisdom on Web 2.0 Community Building

James (who has his own Web 2.0 community) pointed me to this terrific article by Furqan Nazeeri about building and promoting a new online community. Furqan…

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What the Heck is a Superdelegate?

If you’ve been following the tightly-contested race to choose a Democratic candidate for the American presidency, you’ve probably heard the term ‘superdelegate’. What is a superdelegate?…

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