Howard Dean won’t become president, but that doesn’t mean that his novel networked campaign was a failure, says Joe Trappi, his ex campaign manager, to Wired: ‘”This wasn’t about one guy,” he said. “This is the beginning of the tools, and a platform, to take the country back.”‘

Maybe he’s right.

3 thoughts on “networked politics

  1. Norman

    I hope he’s wrong. [I’m using 1st person again. Is it contagious?]

  2. Jill

    yeah, know what, Norman, even *I* didn’t use first person in that post.

    Perhaps it’s even harder to write a comment than a blog post without using the first person?

  3. Doctor Daisy

    Politically Wired

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