MacJury #821: Tech and Politics in the U.S. Presidential Election

  • September 15, 2008
  • Web

The MacJury marches into dangerous territory by taking on the topic of technology and the United States Presidential election. While trying (and failing) to be objective, the panel discusses the existence of a tech constituency, the importance of tech savvy in a chief executive, both campaigns use of social networks and more. Are political campaigns held to different standards of privacy and perception than corporate marketing efforts? Are there dangers in being a vocal participant in the election debates? Why can’t you donate to either campaign with PayPay? All these and many more election tech topics are debated by the panel of:

Joe Kissell Tom Negrino Dori Smith Chuck Joiner
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Links:

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

Joe Kissell

JoeKissell.com

Cover Easy Backups Leopard

Cover Backups-1

Tom Negrino

Macromedia Contribute 3 for Windows & Macintosh (Visual QuickStart Guide) by Tom Negrino

Dori Smith

Dori’s Home Page


“Dreamweaver CS3 for Windows and Macintosh (Visual QuickStart Guide) by Tom Negrino and Dori Smith


“JavaScript and Ajax for the Web, Sixth Edition (Visual QuickStart Guide)” by Tom Negrino and Dori Smith

John McCain.com

Barack Obama.com

NetNewsWire

Google Alerts


“The Transparent Society: Will Technology Force Us to Choose Between Privacy and Freedom?” (David Brin)

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