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Thomas Gensemer

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Managing partner of Blue State Digital, which provided strategy and technology tools for Barack Obama campaign's web initiatives, including the campaign's own social network, My.BarackObama.com, and on sites like Facebook, MySpace and BlackPlanet

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In her  acceptance speech  at this year's Republican convention, Sarah Palin got a big laugh with this description of  Barack Obama 's experience as a "community organizer" in Chicago.

Old Strategy and New Technology in the Obama Campaign

In her acceptance speech at this year's Republican convention, Sarah Palin got a big laugh with this description of Barack Obama 's experience as a "community organizer" in Chicago.

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