Hello Techies, Facebook, Twitter Gurus & Obama:2012 re-election:supporters:

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I included a portion of the article up to the reference about the Obama Dashboard.  I am now dialed into the Dashboard  “Dashboard” through my Facebook account.  “Click on” the link below for the full article to see how your knowledge and passion can carry our nation Forward.
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Full article & Obama tech photo gallery:
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0612/77213.html 

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The Obama camp hopes to replicate the online excitement that helped him four years ago. | Reuters

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By LOIS ROMANO | 6/9/12 7:01 AM EDT

CHICAGO — On the sixth floor of a sleek office building here, more than 150 techies are quietly peeling back the layers of your life. They know what you read and where you shop, what kind of work you do and who you count as friends. They also know who your mother voted for in the last election.

The depth and breadth of the Obama campaign’s 2012 digital operation — from data mining to online organizing — reaches so far beyond anything politics has ever seen, experts maintain, that it could impact the outcome of a close presidential election. It makes the president’s much-heralded 2008 social media juggernaut — which raised half billion dollars and revolutionized politics — look like cavemen with stone tablets.

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(Also on POLITICO: White House tech gurus unveil digital road map)  

Mitt Romney indeed is ramping up his digital effort after a debilitating primary and, for sure, the notion that Democrats have a monopoly on cutting edge technology no longer holds water.

But it’s also not at all clear that Romney can come close to achieving the same level of technological sophistication and reach as his opponent. (The campaign was mercilessly ridiculed last month when it rolled out a new App misspelling America.)

“It’s all about the data this year and Obama has that. When a race is as close as this one promises to be, any small advantage could absolutely make the difference,” says Andrew Rasiej, a technology strategist and publisher of TechPresident. “More and more accurate data means more insight, more money, more message distribution, and more votes.”

Adds Nicco Mele, a Harvard professor and social media guru: “The fabric of our public and political space is shifting. If the Obama campaign can combine its data efforts with the way people now live their lives online, a new kind of political engagement — and political persuasion — is possible.”

Launched two weeks ago, Obama’s newest innovation is the much anticipated “Dashboard” , a sophisticated and highly interactive platform that gives supporters a blueprint for organizing, and communicating with each other and the campaign.

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Full article & Obama tech photo gallery:
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0612/77213.html 
Dial in to: “Dashboard” 
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