SXSW – Revenge of the Blogs: Election 2008

Listening in on the SXSW conference with Henry Copeland from blogAds moderating. At the conference, Marcos (from DailyKos), Michael (from redstate.org) and Ruby (from NetCentricCampaigns) are discussing the impact of blogs in the coming elections.

Interesting content – and seems to carry on from the IPDI conference – that the future techs will be: mobile platforms, social networks (my read: detailed databases) and easy publishing will begin to enable others to speak out that are still not part of the conversation as of yet. Michael suggests that politics will still use the techniques they already are comfortable with today – and just use tech to enable it. Essentially – reduce the friction and speed up access and visibility of action through the web and telecoms medium (read: Asterisk and mobile).

Tags: SXSW mobile campaigning

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