Updated with more links and photos.
Updated with more links and photos... The Politics Online Conference was once again a huge success--thanks to all of you who attended, spoke and sponsored. Over the last two days, the Politics magazine team had a chance to listen to and learn from the best in the business. Here are a few of our take-aways, as well as some photos from the event: The Evolution of WhiteHouse.gov, by Jeremy P. Jacobs Googling at the Polls, by Shane D'Aprile The Newest Campaign Technologies, by Jeremy P. Jacobs Our friends and co-hosts from GWU posted many of the sessions on Ustream, and you can also find some of our panels in the new C-SPAN video library. And, let's not forget what everyone else is saying about POLC2010: Stewards of WhiteHouse.gov tell tales of Web site revamp, history (Washington Examiner) Communications Law Is Outdated, Panelists Agree (NationalJournal.com) CEA's Petricone: Three strikes could be too 'draconian' (The Hill) Microsoft Launches Social Media Platform for Politicians (Mashable) Microsoft Takes Aim at Google's Growing Political Business (ClickZ) Politics, Social Media, Beer and Guns (Huffington Post) GOP Outguns Dems Online in Congressional Races (ClickZ) The Top Ten Known Unknowns (The Bivings Report) How to engage millennials (Congress.org) Ten Things Everyone Needs To Have On Their Website (Local Politechs) Two Virginia Democrats Get It Right Online (The Next Right) A Political Web (GW Today) Anger, technology shake up political landscape (USA Today) There are also lot's of great photos in PoliticalActivityLaw.com's Flickr stream: James Klatell is the managing editor of Politics. He can be reached at jklatell[at]politicsmagazine.com.