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Twitter Searchand type in “#dnc08″ or “#bigtent.”
- RSS Feeds:
EchoDittohas put together an OPML file of all the DNC credentialed bloggers (excluding Big Tent bloggers) that you can import into your feed reader (I did this with Bloglines). CSPAN’s Convention Hubis a great site that incorporates social media tools like Twitter, YouTube, and Qik, as well as blog roundups.
- PBS’s NOW has put together “
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- Frankly, I think corporate America is now engaged in greenwashing, but if you want to track how the DNC’s green efforts, go to the
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- And last but not least, you can follow Nevada’s official DNC state blogger
Hugh Jackson at Las Vegas Gleaner.
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