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An online services portal for youngsters in Hong Kong

The website provides services to young people aged between 15 and 24 years old, and is ‘contributed to by about 40 Hong Kong Government departments and bureaus and more than 140 related organisations’.

You can visit the portal here.

The ‘Mariachis’ support Barack Obama

We posted about the endorsement received by Hillary Clinton. In this case is Barack Obama who gets the attention.

Interesting to see how YouTube and other similar services are gaining more and more space as valuable marketing tools among constituents, supporters and campaign teams.

The Joker endorses Hillary Clinton

Action in the US Democratic primaries continues. In this case, Hillary Clinton receives a very special endorsement

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The road to e-democracy

This is an interesting article recently appeared in The Economist print edition, about the development of e-Democracy.

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Politics Online Conference 2008, in Washington

polc logoThe gathering, organized by the Institute for Politics Democracy & The Internet (IPDI), will take place on March 4 & 5 at the Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel.

Some of the featured speakers for this edition include Phil Noble, Founder of PoliticsOnline; Michael Palmer, eCampaign Director, John McCain for President; Colin Delany, Founder of epolitics.com; and Andrew Rasiej, Founder, Personal Democracy Forum among several others.

Sessions of the event are certainly very interesting, and some of topics are: ‘Social Networking/Media Strategies for the Presidential Campaigns’; “The … Continue Reading