Congratulations. If you've reached this page, you are registered to participate in the NENF Super Tuesday new share! The purpose of this experiment is to tap the wisdom of NENF users to create a great source for following up-to-the-minute information about the Super Tuesday primaries in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
You now have a username and password for for NENF/Publish2 account. There are two ways you can contribute a link to the news share:
A lifelong progressive-left activist is beta-testing a new online news service for metropolitan Boston. He says it will invite news contributions from anyone, may try an innovative co-operative ownership model, and will cover politics, conferences, demonstrations and the arts, among other things.
Three political reporters discussed the perils of predicting presidential primaries, the humor of filing stories in a men's locker room and the difficulties campaigns face in managing the message in the Internet era featuring the likes of "Obama Girl" during a panel at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst on March 26. LAUNCH GOOGLE VIDEO
Help create a comprehensive source of up-to-the-minute news and commentary on "Super Tuesday." The New England News Forum (NENF) has joined a national experiment to test creation of an instant news sharing network, asking its members, bloggers and supporters to contribute links about the Connecticut and Massachusetts primaries. From now through the end of the week, anyone can join the experiment by registering through the NENF:
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Key political operatives, bloggers, academics and media figures from New Hampshire gathered on Dec. 6 to debate how the Internet is affecting New Hampshire's presidential primary. (READ WHAT PARTICIPANTS SAID) / (LISTEN TO AUDIO) /
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HOW IS THE INTERNET CHANGING THE N.H. PRIMARY?
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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Key political operatives, bloggers, academics and media figures from New Hampshire will gather on Thursday to reveal how the Internet is affecting the New Hampshire presidential primary.