Tweet In the world of digital politics, local campaigns can easily get distracted by shiny new toys and often overlook some of the most basic tech infrastructure needs. I’m not discounting the importance of setting-up some of these outposts, but when resources and staffing are limited, you want to take advantage of every resource available [...]
In Part 1 I took a look at some of the technical implications of a VAN/NGP merger. This post is about a merger of different kind; the staff merger.
Spare me the jokes about me being Mexican and Mexico losing to Argentina (although I’ll definitely have a blog post about that debacle). Last Thursday and Friday I attended the Salsa Community Conference 2010 hosted by Salsa Labs (a.k.a Democracy in Action and Wired for Change). Salsa bills itself as “flexible, affordable online platform to organize and energize people.” There were many take aways from the conference but since I love cheesy puns I’d have to say that Salsa 2010 was definitely HOT.
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