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August 30, 2003

Linked Up With Howard Dean

Howard Dean's zany Internet team is unveiling DeanLink, another opportunity for Dean supporters around the country to connect with each other. It's similiar to Friendster but looks more useful and focused on politics. And it's all about our favorite guy in politics. A few hours after I set up my account, Frank in Tulsa, Oklahoma sent me a message via the DeanLink website. Upon first glance I figured it was someone working directly for the campaign sending out welcome notes to newcomers. The note from Frank was actually an interesting, thoughtful note from a Dean supporter who used to live in my part of the world and thought he'd say hi.

As if there weren't enough reasons to be won over by Howard Dean and his stunning campaign, now we have DeanLink. What will they think of next?

@ 09:28 PM | Politics (t) | Comments (0) | Cosmos


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