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Romney Facebook App Asks You to Message Friends for His Campaign

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On the morning of the third and final presidential debate, Mitt Romney’s campaign has launched a new ##facebook app which asks users to message friends on behalf of the campaign. Called “Commit to Mitt,” the app is designed to figure out which of a user’s Facebook friends are most likely to have a big impact […]

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Labradoodle Dog Gets Groomed at a Human Hair Salon (Video)

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[##youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZE1IyNg75o?rel=0&modestbranding=1&iv_load_policy=3&w=600&h=480] ##labradoodle #dog Gets Groomed at a #human Hair Salon (Video) Charlie Brown the Labradoodle sits in a #chair like a human while being groomed by a hairdresser. He already had a cut and a bath at the dog groomers that day, but he got an extra trim at the WIL.O Hair Design salon […]

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Super PAC Wants to Put You in Its Facebook Ad

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The Ending Spending Action Fund, a conservative-leaning Super PAC advocating for the reduction of the federal debt, wants to cast a new star for its latest ##facebook video advertisement: you. Called “The Ad About You,” the ad is essentially a Facebook app that uses pictures you’ve posted to Facebook to customize an interactive video template. […]

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In Virginia, McAuliffe Crawls Personal Data to Win Undecided Votes

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##virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry #mcauliffe was at the forefront of #data-driven campaigns about a decade ago, when, as the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, he spearheaded the creation of a database full of 170 million potential Democratic voters nationwide. Now he finds himself in the same spot. This time, he’s the first candidate […]

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Facebook Inspires Young Voters to Take Action

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As election day approaches, you might be getting sick of the political bickering in your News Feed. You can try to fight it, but political participation on social media is contagious. Since 2004, politicians like Howard Dean and Ron Paul have been using social and new media to advance their causes and put themselves in […]

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