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As presidential candidates from both parties gear up for the big day in November, more and more people are turning to political blogs to provide them with the latest news on the election-front.
Tufts Finds "Outrage Talk" on the Rise among Liberals & Conservatives MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass., Feb.
What's the mechanism that makes a political video go viral?
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Foreigners are following every detail of the U.S. presidential election, which because of the Internet has become a truly global experience, bloggers say.
In the days after Sarah Palin was nominated as the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate, the Web was rife with content focused on the Alaska governor. One of the most piquant -- and widely viewed -- video clips came from The Daily Show.
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By John Moritz, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jul. 19--AUSTIN -- Nate Wilcox talks about 1998 like a baby boomer's grandfather talks about a Ford Model T. It was a lot of fun, but awfully clunky. Especially considering what's available today.
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