Working With Us | Products | Case Studies | FAQ | About Online Media

Clued In

Oct
28
2004

This week’s eWeek column is about a little bit of buzz that was making the rounds on the George W. Bush official campaign site.
Seems the bright lights in Arlington, Va. (campaign HQ) shut down the site to viewers at domains outside the U.S. Which is kinda clueless. Makes them look like they don’t get the web. Which, well, they don’t.
I’ve already gotten hate mail so I know it’s a good column. But my first irate reader has a good point: I over-reached with the use of the word “nefarious.” I should have instead asked if the campaign was being “deliberate” or some other less charged word in describing the shut-down.
Forgive me. It’s hard being a Liberal.

Share  Posted by Chris Nolan at 10:29 AM | Permalink

<< Back to the Spotlight blog

Chris Nolan's bio
Email Chris Nolan




Get Our Weekly Email Newsletter




What We're Reading - Spot-On Books

Hot Spots - What's Hot Around the Web



Spot-on.com | Promote Your Page Too

Spot-on Main | Pinpoint Persuasion | Spotlight Blog | RSS Subscription | Spot-on Writers | Privacy Policy | Contact Us