Blogging on the campaign trail

Filed as News on April 24, 2004 7:12 pm

by Duncan

Rabble.ca> These days, everybody has one. Your friends have them, profs have them, journalists have them. Even Noam Chomsky has one. Moby does too. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that many politicians are also jumping on the latest Internet trend. In the U.S., the campaigns of both President George W. Bush, Democratic Party nominee John Kerry and former hopeful Howard Dean feature blogs, also known as weblogs, on their official websites. During their candidacies for the leadership of the Canadian Liberal and Conservative parties, respectively, Prime Minister Paul Martin and Belinda Stronach also kept blogs. read more>

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