Bloggers as Watchdogs: Liberal Blogging in a Democratic Administration

For those who have been patiently waiting, the video has been uploaded for the panel discussion that I participated in a couple of weeks ago at UPenn Law School in Philadelphia.

The panel discussion was sponsored by the Philly chapter of the American Constitution Society, hosted by Adam Bonin, and including John Aravosis, Baratunde Thurston and Daniel Urevick-Ackelsberg. It was a discussion about blogging, citizen activism and accountability:

The blogosphere began during the early months of the Bush Administration with opposition and criticism being the dominant modes for online progressives. With a new administration in the White House, how will the role of the netroots change? How do leaders of online opinion see their responsibilities with respect to the new President?

It was a pretty lively back and forth, we got some great audience questions, too. I know several of you have asked if the video was available yet. Well now, it finally is

Bloggers As Watchdogs: Liberal Blogging In A Democratic Administration

For those who have been patiently waiting, the video has been uploaded for the panel discussion that I participated in a couple of weeks ago at UPenn Law School in Philadelphia.   

The panel discussion was sponsored by the Philly chapter of the American Constitution Society, hosted by Adam Bonin, and including John AravosisBaratunde Thurston and Daniel Urevick-Ackelsberg. It was a discussion about blogging, citizen activism and accountability:

The blogosphere began during the early months of the Bush Administration with opposition and criticism being the dominant modes for online progressives. With a new administration in the White House, how will the role of the netroots change? How do leaders of online opinion see their responsibilities with respect to the new President?

It was a pretty lively back and forth, we got some great audience questions, too.  I know several of you have asked if the video was available yet. Well now, it finally is

Comments are closed.