Archive for December 18th, 2003

Dave has a knockout demo prepared for tonight….

The following is from Dave Winer’s this afternoon.
Dave has made an interesting discovery out in the blogosphere…

I’ve got a total kickass demo for tonight’s
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More about tonight’s demo. I’ll explain how the
Dean campaign is using the Internet in ways you didn’t know about, and
that I didn’t know about until last night. My eyes popped when I saw
what they were doing. Jay Rosen, whose nephew Zack is the Dean
developer, got a sneak preview. “Very exciting Dave. Mega cool. Did
Zack help with this?” To which I said: “Yes he did, but due to the
power of standards, he didn’t know he did. ;->” That’s the way it’s
supposed to work. Open level playing field. Anyone who wants to can
innovate. Small pieces, loosely joined. Tune in to tonight’s webcast.
The app I’m demoing is a Web app so you’ll be able to follow along from
home. 7PM Eastern. 
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PS: Please don’t construe this as an
endorsement by Berkman Center, Harvard Law School, or myself for any
particular candidate. Sorry if this is a bummer, but that’s very very
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Hey Dave, what is the address for the webcast?

December 18th, 2003

Scientists for Dean

This post from Scientists for Dean today:

Looking for Well-Known Scientists

Submitted by David Isenberg on Thu, 12/18/2003 – 12:46.


Kopp and I are looking for a few well-known scientists who we can work
with to write a letter to other scientists inviting them to join We intend to send this letter to scientists who
already support Howard Dean, as well as to scientists who might not
know yet that they’re for Dean.

We’d like to bring the community of scientists together who are turned
off by the Bush Administration’s anti-evidence, anti-hypothesis-testing
attitude and the evidence-free policies that result.

Do you know a Nobel Prize winner, or somebody who is widely
acknowledged as a leader in their scientific discipline, who would lend
their efforts to our work? If so, please let us know!

December 18th, 2003

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