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- Communications Law Is Outdated, Panelists Agree (NationalJournal.com)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.