Did you know that there’s a company that specializes in Facebook promotions for members of Congress?
Meet iConstituent, of Washington, D.C. We…Continue
Added by Andrew Foxwell on September 9, 2011 at 11:33am — No Comments
By Andrew Foxwell, Director of Marketing / New Media
In the last installation of this four-part series, I'd like to cover the final — and pressing — question we face. As modes of communications change, let's look at how we can use available technology toward our ultimate goal: increasing communications, which ultimately promotes our democracy.
Currently, as an aggigate, Congress has a rate of 10% of…Continue
In the last blog in this series on technology and the future, I talked about how trust is moving away from large institutions. Moving right along, here’s my next point:
Technology Can Lead to Greater Civility in Politics
Every day, people tell me that we need to be more civil in our politics. So what can we do to change the tone in Washington? It’s a big question. Some believe…
Added by Andrew Foxwell on July 19, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
By Andrew Foxwell, Director of Marketing and New Media
The future is now. In my last blog, I talked about how people are more important than brands, based on what I learned from the recent session I attended at the Brookings Institute, “How Social Networking Can Reinvigorate Democracy and Civic Participation.” Here’s the next takeaway from that thought-provoking event:
Trust is moving away from large institutions and…
Added by Andrew Foxwell on July 14, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
Recently, I attended a session at the Brookings Institution called “How Social Networking Can Reinvigorate American Democracy and Civic Participation.” It was an interesting panel made up of campaign consultants, academics and a representative from The White House. From the discussion, it was obvious that all of these stakeholders have thought extremely in-depth about what technology can and is doing to change the…Continue
Added by Andrew Foxwell on July 13, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments