Why Mitt Romney is losing on Twitter
Step 1: Log in to Twitter. Step 2: Befriend Betty White. Step 3: ???. Step 4: Profit!
Utah Democrat makes it big on YouTube
Ryan Combe became a national name almost overnight thanks to a funny video.
Romney gains, Obama stalls on Facebook
The presidential race is already being fought on social media.
In search of companionship on Airtime
Daily Dot writer Justin Franz dives into the digital depths of Airtime, the new video-chat service from Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning.
Faux Bo popular on Facebook, Twitter
The First Dog might not have an official presence online (yet), but that hasn't seemed to hurt his pup-ularity.
Kelly Pratt’s in a food porn state of mind
Food and photography go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Live GOP petition gets (hilariously) spammed
Live signatures reveal the Republican Party has some surprising supporters.
Trump dumps “USA Today” on Twitter
After running an editorial calling Donald Trump a clown, one newspaper is very publicly down a subscriber.
Will there be more Twitter drama for Team Obama?
So far, Valerie Jarrett sets a positive example for political tweeting.
Could the 2012 presidential race be the “apps election”?
If so, then Mitt Romney's "Amercia" goof might prove to be his "oops" moment.
Long-shot presidential candidates continue on Facebook and principle
Buddy Roemer, Fred Karger and Gary Johnson remain active online, but their support is fading.
The online battle over Bain Capital
When President Barack Obama attempt to spin Mitt Romney's tenure at Bain Capital in his favor, New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker got caught in the crossfire.
Twipolitico maps the Twitter nation’s political mood
Created by three computer engineering, the site tracks this year's presidential race in real time on Twitter.
Looking back at Ron Paul’s social-media revolution
The Texas congressman's presidential run may be over, but he's set up quite a social-media legacy for his son, Rand Paul.
Obama and Romney offer competing documentaries on YouTube
Freed from the time constraints of TV commercials, President Obama and Mitt Romney are producing compelling campaign videos with a YouTube audience in mind.