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The Note is doing a fascinating thing with each Democratic presidential campaign (and will add Bush anytime he likes): the Notepad, a short burst of text from each campaign every day if they choose to participate. (That URL likely isn't the permanent one; this one might be, but it's got older content than the other link... could someone over at ABC work on their URL schemes and indicate what each feature's Canonical URL is? It's not like it's that hard. Don't get me started on their horrible archiving scheme, either.) Here are The Notepad's Rules:
The submissions:This seems like a New Thing, and I'm frankly surprised the campaigns are going along with it. It's a combination of free advertising and free-for-all debate, where they have to use text (i.e. say something), not just use three-word catchphrases or photos of 'working families' basking in nature.
I will watch with interest, and I hope they let other parties in too.
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