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- May 21, ’13 In defense of digital freedom
- May 21, ’13 Surveillance and the Internet of things
Oct 28, ’04 1:56 PM
Oct 28, ’04 11:37 AM
Sources tell me that Kerry Rally attendees (West Washington; from the Capitol to Bassett) have been given phone numbers to call and a script to read with their personal cell phones.
In addition, the rally is evidently made up of two classes, those with “blue” tickets are next to the stage while those with “white” tickets (internet registrations) are farther away. Inside sources tell me that several “white” ticket guests have attempted to jump the barrier – and were immediately dealt with by campaign volunteers…..
In any event, I hope the music is good!
www.cnn.com has the best video stream (300kbps). Locally CBS affiliate channel 3 is also trying to stream the event, but doesn’t appear to have the servers or bandwidth that cnn does.
Oct 28, ’04 10:19 AM
Oct 28, ’04 8:02 AM
I voted early – Monday. There was a short line at the city clerk’s office. No ID checks (I don’t think this is required in WI, but it’s easy to see how this could be a real problem). I do applaud the City’s decision to extend the clerk’s office hours, BUT it should be consistently open into the evening, rather than just tonight…. Megan Costello WSJ Editorial (this link will likely not work shortly)
Oct 28, ’04 12:00 AM
Nearly half of Americans online have used the web to get information about the upcoming US presidential election.
That is double the number who used the net during the 2000 campaign according to research group, the Pew Internet and American Life Project.
Americans are increasingly going online for political news and commentary, its report found.
It suggests that the web is playing a positive role in democratic debate on a wide range of issues.
Hardly a surprise. The internet provides vastly deeper and more accessible information than traditional tv, radio and print media types. I’ve posted some candidate information here. Visit Wisconsinvote.org for additional data.