Inside the Cave is in effect a cuttings collection, but a very good one at that, bringing together the most useful insights into the Obama digital campaign that appeared in the media or online. … Read the full post »
Read my posts about Barack Obama, the Democrat and first black man elected President of the USA in 2008. Joe Biden was his Vice President.
He and Biden were re-elected for a second and final term in 2012.
Sorting through some old documents over Christmas, I came across again the 2012 Obama Campaign Legacy Report. … Read the full post »
Is Sasha Issenberg’s book a route to campaign success or a pointer towards a cul-de-sac? … Read the full post »
There’s a fascinating feature piece in the New York Times about what those who worked on the Barack Obama Presidential campaign went on to do. … Read the full post »
Whether or not it was Chuka Umunna himself who edited Wikipedia to add in a comparison between himself and Barack Obama… … Read the full post »
Ed Miliband wants to lift the Liberal Democrat policy of a mansion tax whilst Barack Obama wants to lift the Liberal Democrat achievement of taxing luxury jets sensibly. … Read the full post »
There’s something rather familiar about that tax announcement in Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech…
How long does a tweet attract attention for? A few of course get read, re-read, shared and re-shared a long time after they were sent. … Read the full post »
Actually, it’s more like the basic statistics behind those Barack Obama campaign emails. But science is sexy and statistics are not. … Read the full post »
So far, there has been a weird paradox at the heart of the coverage about the Obama 2012 campaign machine. … Read the full post »