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Meetup Alliance - Meetup.com
, the social networking site, probably best known for becoming a driving factor in Howard Dean's
presidential campaign, has created the Meetup Alliance
offshoot site, which allows local groups (whether organized through other networking sites or just locally) to link up and create global "alliances."
posted by adamms222
on Dec 5, 2007 -
The First Democratic Debates
were last night, but you wouldn't know it from the media's coverage. Barely a story on CNN. Howard Dean stole the night, with over a hundred screaming supporters outside the debates. The only person there with supporters was the blogging
Presidential Candidate. There were students there from U.C. Berkley, Washinton, Georgia, North Carolina, and Kentucky. All thanks to the power of blogspot, and meetup
. Whether or not Dean gets the nomination, this will be a campaign for the history books. They'll be on c-span all day today.
posted by cjoh
on May 4, 2003 -
You know he's the blogging Presidential candidate
but did you know that he's also the Meetup
candidate? Over ten thousand people met yesterday in coffee houses across the country to discuss this candidate's election possibility. Are we witnessing the first true Internet candidate here? Grass roots/netroots, something interesting is happening with this candidate. He's tied with Kerry in New Hampshire.
posted by cjoh
on Apr 3, 2003 -
Tomorrow is a big day for Irish blogging (yeah, right). Vincent
are all meeting for a drink.
Should be good. There will be no pictures as seems to be Blogger-meet ritual.
Maybe one or two, but don't count on it.
posted by tomcosgrave
on Jul 10, 2000 -
Strangers When We Meet
There are no fewer than a dozen bloggeurs in Toronto, and four of us got together f2f on Saturday the 29th, experiencing a climate change from summer to autumn in the space of three hours. Always slightly alien to meet online friends in person, but it worked well
. (Subject line is a Smithereens quote for which I can find no online lyrics – good copyright policing, that. "Please don't look my way when you see me on the street. We will still be strangers when we meet
." Not anymore, bien entendu
posted by joeclark
on Apr 29, 2000 -