"The Internet is no longer an adjunct to the political process. It’s actually setting the tone, the pace, the pulse, and, very likely, determining the result of the campaign."
These are the words of Andrew Rasiej, founder and publisher of TechPresident.com. Rasiej makes the claim in a very interesting interview with CBS this week. The interview can be read in its full here.
(CBS) Political Players is a weekly conversation with the leaders, consultants, and activists who are shaping American politics. This week, CBS News' David Miller talks with Andrew Rasiej, founder and publisher of TechPresident.com, about what role the Internet will play in the 2008 election and which candidates are making the best use of technology in their pursuit of the White House.
Should be an interesting read for those of you that took the time to read my thesis.