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The revolution will not be televised : democracy, the Internet, and the overthrow of everything

Author: Joe Trippi
Publisher: New York : ReganBooks, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The former campaign manager for Howard Dean explains how he used the Internet to transform an obscure presidential candidate into a front-runner at the heart of a national grassroots movement.
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Named Person: Joe Trippi; Joe Trippi
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joe Trippi
ISBN: 0060761555 9780060761554 0060779594 9780060779597
OCLC Number: 55847054
Description: xx, 252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The beginning: planes, politics, and Pez dispensers --
The first campaign: Jimmy Hogan, Irv Gadient, and the PDP-11 --
The horror: Thomas Jefferson, Willie Horton, and Governor Moonbeam --
The moment: killer apps, open source, and the guy --
Vermont: phish, chicken dinners,and the Deanie babies --
New York: regime change, September 11, and pennies from heaven --
Jumping from a fifteen-story building: Puerto Rico, the Russert primary, and overlooking snail mail --
The open source campaign: hockey sticks, troll bats, and the sleepless summer tour --
The fall: a .357 magnum, Al Gore, and the left wing freak show --
The end: murder/suicide, Harley Davidson, and going home --
The beginning - 1956: Google, Napster, and the Disney dweeb --
The age of the internet: a little rebellion, Trent Lott, and Jefferson's revenge.
Responsibility: Joe Trippi.

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The former campaign manager for Howard Dean explains how he used the Internet to transform an obscure presidential candidate into a front-runner at the heart of a national grassroots movement.

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by bobrobboy (WorldCat user published 2008-06-08) Good Permalink

Joe Trippi provides a glimpse into the presidential nomination process and gives the reader a solid tutorial on community building which is the best take-away from this book. Trippi's narrative form jumps from autobiographer, biographer of Howard Dean, to marketing consultant.

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