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Low tech is good for local politics

Much has been written since the Democratic and Republican conventions this summer about political blogs and their impact on the November election. From the sheer number and the attention given to political bloggers, you would think these technology-equipped political pundits would have a significant impact on the November 2 vote.

But is technology really deci......

Full article >>> ocused on the campaigns activities that morning at the farmers market, and who would staff the Olive Festival the following day. An elderly woman volunteered to make phone calls, two folks returned from planting yard signs around town, and we all agreed to come back the next day for more folding, stuffing, and stamping.

It all seemed so very low tech to me. Aside from the computer-generat......

Full article >>> hbor to put up a No On Q yard sign while talking with him across the fence one evening. Ive reached more people leaving No On Q pamphlets at Starbucks in the morning. Ive raised more awareness with a bumper sticker than with a blog.

Im not giving up my blog, but I am heading back to the headquarters to lick stamps and stuff envelopes. Sometimes, low technology really does have more reach.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 10/20/04


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