Posts Tagged ‘obama’

A post on Tim Berry’s blog pointed my browser back towards – I blogged about it in 2004. Thanks for bringing it back up to the surface Tim. is a great way to keep up-to-speed on how your candidate is doing when it comes to the Electoral College. Fortunately, it’s painting a pretty good picture for the Obama ticket right now.

Everymoment Counts

Everymoment Now is providing a new view of the 2008 general election. Excellent graphs shed some light on the media trends surrounding the general election a little more visible. The graph on the home page caught my attention for a minute or two. Plans are in the works to make use of the technology and ideas behind the site beyond the general election.

The current version of Everymoment Now is focused on the 2008 US General Election. When the election is complete we’ll have 100 days of data leading up to November 4th. We feel that being able to look back over the election, to see where media shifts occurred and what stories had the greatest impact on the final outcome is pretty important and powerful.

Everymoment Now 

Barack Obama | Change I Can Believe In

I’m leaning away from Hillary these days and more towards Obama. Why? He’s authentic. Family oriented. I believe him. He represents change “I” can believe in. Clinton, for me, represents more of the same. Another thing Obama has going for him – a great website. I love how it opens with a photograph of the Obama family. The site is well organized, informative, and to the point. IMO – it says a lot about Obama, his style, and how he will run the country. Hillary’s website, IMO, is haphazard and less authentic. No picture of the family? What’s up with that?
I love the video that Obama has running on his site now.

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