Complexity Digest 2003.27 - 18.01
Internet Helps Make Candidate a Contender, NYTimes
Excerpts: Howard Dean's prominence among the nine Democrats running for president is largely attributable to his campaign's early embrace of the Internet for organizing supporters and raising money. Dr. Dean, a former governor of Vermont, has generated more money and attention online than any other candidate, through direct appeals and a growing base of supporters who are hooking up on a Web site called Meetup.com, which enables people with like interests to connect and meet.
- Source: Internet Helps Make Candidate a Contender
[ http://www.nytimes.com/2003/07/05/national/05NET.html?th ], Michael Janofsky, NYTimes, 03/07/05