Tuesday, April 19, 2005

The Blog is Live

The blog for the Massachusetts Democratic Party is now live. We will have regular contributions from the people listed on the right, as well as the occasional guest blogger.

Spread the word, and be sure to sign up for the xml/RSS feed! Look for posts from our contributors.

What's XML/RSS? The New York Times has a good explanation and how to get started right here.


At 6:01 PM, April 19, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I wish to thank you for creating this blog. The numerous Yahoo groups are fragmented and subject to inappropriate editing. They have served their purpose, but now we have THREE communications tools, each with its own characteristics and atrributes:

WEBSITE - http://www.massdems.org/home-page.html - the state party's official "face" to the public, home of static information and announcements of a widespread nature; also the home of the master events calendar.

BLOG - http://www.massdems.blogspot.com/ -for dissemination of state committee-level information and individual responses.

FORUM - http://p221.ezboard.com/bmassachusettsdemocraticparty - for detailed discussion

....and, as you point out, it can be connected by RSS.

Good work!

At 6:44 PM, April 19, 2005, Blogger sco said...

Welcome to the blogosphere! I hope you folks use this as a venue for real two-way communication with the party's rank and file. You have a great opportunity to empower people via the Internet and I hope you'll take full advantage of it.

At 11:08 PM, April 19, 2005, Blogger Lisa said...

Hey, excellent.
I'm so glad you guys have a blog.
Especially because I am officially sick and tired of having imported Republican governors as opposed to homegrown Democratic ones. Here's to a Democratic governor.

At 9:11 AM, April 20, 2005, Blogger Shawn Hartman said...

Thanks guys.

Jeff: I don't think we should discourge any type of activism or activity for the Democtratic ticket. Everything serves its purpose. I do think we should, as you suggested in an email, do a better job coordinating our resources. Hopefully as we move ahead this will start to happen. Excellent work out there in Bolton.

SCO: That's the idea. Thanks for posting the heads up on .08.

Lisa: Can't wait to have a Democratic governor either. I think we are all so tired of Romney.

At 4:57 PM, April 28, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And then some!

At 8:53 PM, April 28, 2005, Blogger RBrooks, Hadley MA said...

I commend the Mass Dems for estab lishing this Blog and look forward to using this forum for the benefit of Massachusetts residents.


At 11:51 AM, October 29, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Imagine Thousands Of Links Back To Your Web Site From Other People's Blogs!

At 10:11 AM, October 31, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

to all of the major RSS feed directories on the Internet.

At 7:52 PM, November 06, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What If This Could All Happen Automatically,
with a simple push of a button.....

At 8:35 PM, October 28, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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