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Twitter And Facebook: The Political Agenda
Media Bistro, November 22, 2011

Category: Digital Media, Politics, Technology, Think Tank

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2 Responses to “Twitter And Facebook: The Political Agenda”

  1. bmz says:

    I hate morons who don’t, or pretend not to, know that the name of the party(i.e. Tea Party) is Democratic, not Democrat.

  2. Greg0658 says:

    is that your kitty or your cat :-)

    what caught me on 1st pass was the thumbs up/down of/if a person had an affiliation position change .. I would have the icons pointing towards or away but not up down .. when it goes to hard paper print (maybe)
    (fyi – didn’t do the total pardon wave on it all)

    and since I bothered Google to spell check:
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/affiliation