Open Source Politics

by Dave on March 10, 2007

in Social Media, politics

Great article from David Wilcox:

Does it matter whether politicians who talk up the Internet’s potential for re-inventing politics, education, employment actually use it hands-on for the purposes they present, and join in? Or should we just be grateful if they have a good script from their researchers, have met the right people, and can engage in sensible conversation about social networking? What coverage do they get with that good script, but no online presence?

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1 David Wilcox March 10, 2007 at 12:05 pm

Thanks for the mention, Dave. As I was finishing my piece I found George Osborne’s personal site https://www.georgeosborne.co.uk/ where the latest local news was a Christmas message to his constituents. My respect for him a a Web 2.0 evangelist rather dipped …

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