Widgets against Harper: A Web 2.0 approach to voting
mtippett | September 26, 2008 at 12:22 pmby
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This is really clever.
A website asking eco-voters to unite and vote strategically against the Tories has become the latest online weapon trying to thwart a Conservative victory.
The site has built a widget that lets you type in your postal code and will tell you who you should vote for to defeat the Conservatives. This is a great demonstration of how Web 2.0 technology is changing the way elections are won or lost. With this year's Federal election running so close this is just the kind of thing that could decide whether the Harper government wins a majority.
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