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Celebrate Election Day with a Bad Lip Reading of the Debates

Celebrate Election Day with a Bad Lip Reading of the Debates

By Josh Wolford November 6, 2012

Hopefully, by the end of the night (or early tomorrow morning), we’ll know who won the 2012 Presidential election. Even if something strange happens and we have to wait a little while for the official results, one thing is certain: …

Twitter Launches New Interactive Political Tweet Map Twitter Launches New Interactive Political Tweet Map
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Back in August, Twitter launched their own Political Index (TPI) to track Twitter users’ general feelings about the Presidential candidates. The index is calculated using an algorithm that weighs the sentiment of tweets mentioning Obama or Romney as compared to …

How Much Will Obama & Romney Spend on Your Vote? How Much Will Obama & Romney Spend on Your Vote?

It’s no secret that both the Obama and Romney teams are doing all they can to get your vote on November 6th, and they have been for quite some time. Much of that effort is directed toward your online activities, …

Google Compiles Voting Info into One Easy Tool Google Compiles Voting Info into One Easy Tool

Google knows that people use their service to find information on voting: when, where, how, who, etc. In order to make it a little easier, Google has compiled all of this information into one place, and they call it their …

Give Facebook Politics the Boot with New Extension Give Facebook Politics the Boot with New Extension
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Back in August, a new Chrome extension popped up that allowed users to block any post relating to anything that popped out. With a click of your mouse, you could remove all your friends’ mentions of their babies from your …

The Debates Drew 24 Million Streams, Says YouTube The Debates Drew 24 Million Streams, Says YouTube
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With the Presidential debates in our rear-view mirror and the election less than two weeks away, YouTube has taken some time to reflect on the viewership numbers from their live streams. 2012 was the first year that YouTube streamed the …

Watch the Third Party Candidates Debate on YouTube Watch the Third Party Candidates Debate on YouTube
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Tonight, the final Presidential debate takes place between Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney. And although those are the two candidates for America’s highest office that you hear about the most, there are actually other people …

Binders Full of Women: The Crappy Flash Game Binders Full of Women: The Crappy Flash Game
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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: this election is weird, and it’s being made weird by the internet. And I’m not saying this is a bad thing – at all. All I’m saying is that it’s hard …

Jimmy Kimmel Proves Voters are Liars Jimmy Kimmel Proves Voters are Liars

Who do you think won this year’s First Lady debate? Ann Romney? Michelle Obama? I’m sure whoever came off as more knowledgeable and agressive without being condescending is the victor in the eyes of the public. Oh, there’s no such …

Second Presidential Debate Sees 7.2 Million Tweets Second Presidential Debate Sees 7.2 Million Tweets

Last night’s town hall debate saw the two Presidential candidates go at it for a little over an hour and a half on topics both foreign and domestic (mostly domestic). We’ve already told you how the Twittersphere reacted to one …

Binders Full of Women Comment Riles Social Media Binders Full of Women Comment Riles Social Media

Last night’s second Presidential debate saw the two candidates clash over mostly domestic issues, with a few foreign issues sprinkled in. The town hall format meant that audience members got to ask the questions, and one particular response from Mitt …

Vice Presidential Debate Saw 3.5 Million Tweets Vice Presidential Debate Saw 3.5 Million Tweets
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Last week’s first Presidential debate broke a Twitter record. With over 10 million total tweets coming in from start to finish, it became the most tweeted-about event in U.S. politics. Could the Vice Presidential debate live up to that sort …

Smear Yourself with a Negative Political Ad Smear Yourself with a Negative Political Ad
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There’s a new project out from PBS NewsHour that allows anyone to create political ads for themselves with Facebook data. It’s called Ad Libs, and it’s a fun and informative way to show voters exactly how cookie cutter political ads …

Vice Presidential Debate Streaming Live on YouTube Vice Presidential Debate Streaming Live on YouTube
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If you want to see the current Vice President of the United States and the man that could assume that role battle it out face-to-face, tonight’s your only chance. At 9 pm ET, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan will meet …

Twitter May Spur People into Political Donations Twitter May Spur People into Political Donations

We already know that this year, social media is a bigger part of the election than ever before. During the Republican National Convention, 4 million tweets were generated about the event. That number more than doubled the amount of tweets …

Google Maps Hot-Button Search Terms Across the U.S. Google Maps Hot-Button Search Terms Across the U.S.
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If you weren’t aware, Google has info on our searches just sitting around. Since we, as a nation, make millions and millions of searches every week, you’d expect that Google has quite a bit of that information. Today, they’ve put …

First Presidential Debate Gets a Bad Lip Reading First Presidential Debate Gets a Bad Lip Reading
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If you missed the first Presidential debate, don’t worry – there are still two more to go. And even if there were no more televised contests it would be cool, because Bad Lip Reading has you covered. The folks at …