I obviously missed an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal last month discussing the following question: Who's winning the "Internet primary" so far?
The question has been asked by other journalists and bloggers before, but to me this is one of the most interesting questions to be brought up about the campaign so far. The reason - it brings up another interesting question: How do we measure successful electioneering via the Internet?
Unfortunately neither this article answers my question, but it does present an interesting image of an Informal Survey conducted by DailyKos asking readers how candidates perform online.
Here's the standings so far: