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When President Barack Obama or Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney tweet, millions listen. But how well do their 140-character messages resonate with people across the nation?
Third-party data on last night’s presidential debate confirms what we already know: Politics can bring out the worst in people.
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Mixing politics and email sounds even worse than discussing religion on a first date. But for bold souls who want the world to know where they stand, the email signature experts at WiseStamp have just the thing.
Google’s getting political this year; the company is bringing all the drama, dirt, and hyperbole of the Democratic and Republican national conventions directly to you in a series of wonky Google+ hangouts.