So, obviously this isn’t my primary blog as I haven’t been doing much posting here of late. I’m about to take a long personal trip to Israel, speaking at a conference on blogging called “Blogference” and visiting with family and friends who I haven’t seen in eight years, so maybe if I have time I’ll use this blog for my reflections on the trip. (See here for a published version of a journal that I kept when we last visited in 1999, pre-blogging.)
If you want to catch up on the bulk of my blogging and writing these past few months, you can start with the stuff I’ve been doing for TechPresident.com and PersonalDemocracy.com, two sites I co-founded with Andrew Rasiej. My blog posts are here and here, respectively. (Some are cross-posted to both sites.)
Here are some of my favorite posts:
The Long Tail of Online Political Video, 6-14-07
Joe Green on Project Agape and Online Democracy, 6-06-07
The Rise of Ron Paul, 5-24-07
MySpace’s Presidential TownHalls: YAOD or Something New?, 5-10-07
The Battle to Control Obama’s MySpace, 5-01-07 (which got 80 comments and for which I wrote about 5 follow-up posts)
Who is “ParkRidge47″? 3-07-07 (first of several posts on Phil de Vellis’s “Vote Different” Hillary-1984 mashup video)
What YouTube Election? 3-02-07
I’ve also been writing a biweekly column called “Politics 2.0″ for the Politico, along with my buddy Andrew. I wish I could find a simple pointer to all our columns, but if you search on “Politics 2.0″ on their site, I think it gets you to most of them.
Lastly, I spent a big chunk of the first half of the year working on our annual Personal Democracy Forum conference, which was a big success this year. Videos of all the keynote talks can be found on our blip.tv channel. The picture is a bit dark but I highly recommend trying to watch them.