Key events through Campaign 2008
Created by laistirland on Jun 17, 2008
Last updated: 03/11/10 at 01:32 AM
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Obama Girl Celebrates Her Man's Victory With New Yorkers in Times Square
Highlights of Election Night, by Jed Lewison
YouTube and PBS team up to solicit voters' videos of their voting experiences.
Jed asserts that Sarah Palin steals a line from Hillary Clinton.
gaysforgiuliani.com release a tongue-in-cheek YouTube video that applauds his support for gay rights and civil unions.
McCain campaign releases a web ad comparing Barack Obama to Britney Spears and Paris Hilton -- all flash and no substance. This is one of the most sensational videos of the campaign.
Probably the McCain campaign's best web ad.
They're mad as hell, and Hillary Clinton's supporters aren't going to take it anymore.
Some Clintonites are so mad about Barack Obama's Tuesday victory that they've launched a web site to build support to launch a lobbying group to support Republican John McCain.
Post-mortem of how he got here, using the Net.
TechPresident's Micah Sifry has an interesting analysis
A video montage by Jed Lewison comparing Clinton and Obama's comments on the economic woes facing Americans. It's amazing to see how the Obama campaign managed to change these potentially clinging stereotypical images that his opponents tried to pin on him in key battleground states such as Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Discussion about Obama's speech on race in America.
Amazingly, 14 of the 20 top viral videos on the Viral Video Chart tracking service are about Obama.
Post-mortem on how Romney ran his online campaign.
Mark Nickolas notes in Political Base that Clinton won the youth vote in California.
A viral video parodies Mitt Romney
Interesting discussion about how Huckabee campaign used Digg buttons to make its response to a viral YouTube attack ad go viral itself.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney's Republican presidential campaign has has shown throughout 2007 that it's adept at adopting pop-cultural consumer product marketing strategies. Romney_2
The campaign's latest tech marketing ploy is to have supporters personalize fund-raising robocalls using Romney's voice. It's using a product from a company in Chicago called "Varitalk."
Both Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton, who are deadlocked in polls of Iowa voters, are engaging in domain-name mudslinging with the registration of phrases to characterize their opponents.