While the site had become the target of regulators in the U.S. and Ireland, where it is based, there was little warning of the closure.
Robo-Mitt Romney, robo-Clint Eastwood, robo-“Monica,”* several polling companies I’ve never heard of — the pace has only picked-up in the past week on this here swing-state landline phone.
While all the talking heads hunker down in their TV studio Election Compounds, Fort Decision 2k12, Vote Bunkers, and Presidential Showdown Moon Bases, I thought I’d hop into the old Motherboard Command Center to start liveblogging (this may get err…
Let’s get online voting, already, right?
I’ve been involved with a number of NY and NYC elections, a sudden death run-off, and a couple of off-season special elections.
If you want to get a fresh angle on the U.S. elections, you’re probably going to have to watch coverage from an outlet firmly outside the orbit of the U.S. politico-media complex.
E-voting sounds nice, but it's a guaranteed disaster.
How negative political statements are simply more revered than positively framed remarks.
Yeah, according to the latest study from the Wesleyan Media Project, one million political ads have now aired across the United States in this election cycle alone.
The election is next week, and some of us will be voting on machines that may or may not properly register our selections.