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Open Source in Politics

Open Source in Politics

Posted Jan 15, 2004 15:16 UTC (Thu) by skvidal (guest, #3094)
In reply to: Open Source in Politics by rknop
Parent article: Open Source in Politics

I'm pretty sure it wasn't dean on lessig's blog. I think it was edwards.
Unless lessig has also hosted dean there.


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Open Source in Politics

Posted Jan 15, 2004 22:40 UTC (Thu) by Ross (guest, #4065) [Link]

I think both candidates "guest blogged" for a while. And when I say the
candidate blogged you should read that to mean that their staff probably
did all the blogging.

Open Source in Politics

Posted Jan 16, 2004 23:20 UTC (Fri) by stonedown (subscriber, #2987) [Link]

The Dean campaign has been very strict that nobody else blogs under Dean's name.

Open Source in Politics

Posted Jan 16, 2004 23:06 UTC (Fri) by stonedown (subscriber, #2987) [Link]

You probably don't remember Dean posting on Lessig's blog, because he was the first to do it, back in <a href="http://www.lessig.org/blog/archives/001371.shtml">July, 2003</a>.

Open Source in Politics

Posted Jan 16, 2004 23:11 UTC (Fri) by stonedown (subscriber, #2987) [Link]

(I hit the darn "submit" button, instead of "preview" on that last post.)

You probably don't remember Dean posting on Lessig's blog, because he was the first to do it, back in July, 2003. I guarantee that Dean did post on the blog himself. He also posts from time to time on his campaign blog.


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