As the US election season heats up, candidates and parties are competing for the attention of the voting public. That means building apps and harnessing social media or other new technology better than the opposition. How does a candidate's Pinterest profile affect their chances of winning? We're not sure yet, but we're ready to find out.
An attempt to harness big data turns into a nightmare of crashes and confusion
Networks augment their reality, but not our understanding
Check up on DC with a congressional report card, legislation database, and public commenting platform for proposed bills
From binders full of women to horses and bayonets, candidates find themselves navigating the first 'Meme Election'
The internet's 'front page' looks for links the old-fashioned way
the responses "clearly favored" ObamaMicrosoft
Two candidates, two very different takes on outsourcing
Make your vote count
Making internet voting secure is a big challenge, but American elections have bigger demons
Internet advocates want change, but will they show up when it matters?
Meanwhile, YouTube announces it will provide live streaming coverage
A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit attempting to ban the practice of printing identifying barcodes on ballots.