Politico Articles

Politico Asks: Are Voters Stupid?

Yesterday Politico hosted their live-stream election show and featured a story about how some voters might be confusing opinion for facts, rendering their decision making abilities somewhat anemic or as they put it “stupid”. Essentially the article titled, ‘Are Voters …

Politico Roast : See What Political Celebrities Have to Say Politico Roast : See What Political Celebrities Have to Say

Politico was launched in 2007 and monday marks five years in business for the organization. Last week Politico took New York City by storm as they gave out free copies of their publication to many prominent business leaders and added …

Politico Celebrates Milestone Politico Celebrates Milestone

Politico, a fast growing political news organization is celebrating their successes by expanding their market into New York City. CEO, Fred Ryan is excited to expand into the market after a climb to success in the Washington, D.C. area. Currently …

Facebook Will Share Your Data – Including Private Messages – With Politico
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Facebook announced last week that they will be mining your posts and messages for your thoughts on the GOP presidential candidates, and they will share that info with Politico. From that announcement: “Facebook will compile mentions of the candidates in …

Google Partners With POLITICO On Technology And Politics
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Google and YouTube are partnering with POLITICO to host an event on Monday at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. to talk about technology’s role in democracy and the political process.

The Google Blog offers more details.  “With less than six weeks until the midterm elections, we wanted to hear from some of politics’ most creative minds about what innovation and democracy mean in 2010.”

Yahoo Gets Boost In Traffic From Election

Yesterday the New York Times spoke of the ‘success’ of Yahoo during this election marathon that is thankfully winding up (I hope) in the next 48 hours. This election process has been a boon for news sites and the equivalent of a ‘millstone around the neck’ for people like me. How much more can one say or do or think or accuse or lie or point fingers about at this point?