Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Yesterday's News

Given yesterday's close election in Denmark, I wish I could read Danish, because it sounds like Lisbeth Klastrup is doing some important work about how candidates used social media like blogs and social networking sites in their campaigns. As Klastrup points out in her English language blog, Klastrup's Cataclysms, the rapid pace of European electioneering changes the dynamic of how distributed networks and user-generated content is deployed. On her Danish blog, she has an interesting graphic about the use of Facebook that seems to provide some data visualization to contextualize the online tactics over time of the different political parties, which are represented by letters.

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