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Part 1: How President Obama’s campaign used big data to rally individual voters.
The outcome of the 2012 campaign could have less to do with grand vision than with online data analytics and peer-to-peer voter targeting.
The president clears away obstacles to reducing U.S. gasoline consumption.
Obama has transformed the use of the Internet in political campaigns–and he might do the same in governing.
The Obama campaign helped make the DNC’s voter database 10 times larger.
Campaign strategists and Facebook’s cofounder discuss the 2008 election.
The transition team is testing Web tools that could power the next presidency.
The social-networking strategy that took an obscure senator to the doors of the White House.
Find out where Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John McCain stand on key technology issues.