December 13, 2003

Political Shifts Because of Technology


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Speaking of technologies that disrupt old systems (well, that's pretty much all we speak about here, or the disruptive media output), Jay Rosen, who writes the outstanding Pressthink blog about changes in journalism and media, is the editor of a new blog called The Blogging of the President. There are several folks on the blog including Chris Lydon, who does those long but very interesting interviews with people like George Lakoff and Dave Sifry where both the interview audio record as well as Lydon's article are available together and play off each other, like an ocean, and a painting of a ocean. Both have their value, and what is reflected back is both the art, and the life of the person. David Billings, Matt Stoller, Stirling Newberry, Oliver Willis, Rick Heller and Joshua Koenig are also contributors, though I am not as familiar with them. But Rosen and Lydon's work is first rate and so to extrapolate....

Check out the blog, which focuses on both the ways new media are changing politics overall, as well as the changes in specific campaigns.

Posted by Mary Hodder at December 13, 2003 11:01 AM | TrackBack
Comments

Can't fine Rosen's blog.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:10 AM

Can't fine Rosen's blog.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:10 AM

That's find, of course.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:11 AM

That's find, of course.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:11 AM

That's find, of course.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:11 AM

Found the link on your page, sorry for clogging up the comments.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:12 AM

Found the link on your page, sorry for clogging up the comments.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:12 AM

Found the link on your page, sorry for clogging up the comments.

Posted by: zane at January 13, 2004 06:12 AM