Joe Trippi, campaign manager for Howard Dean: “Blogs can influence this election, and further the cause of citizen participation in choosing our next President — by sounding the clarion call to the nation’s first Internet Primary.”
Liberal Democrat Richard Allan has started the second MP weblog. He writes that he will be using it for: “Some personal political observations, information about my activities as an MP and pointers to useful bits of technology I have found.” A very welcome development.
Allan also points to an interesting weblog that I hadn’t come across: An e-democracy exchange. Allan and Oxford professor Stephen Coleman have been using the site to have a dialogue on e-democracy. Neither site has an RSS feed (yet).