View Full Version : Presence management

05-19-2007, 12:48 PM
We seem to be neglecting a few places on the 'net where we could use some presence management.

A> Is anyone here active in wikipedia, well-liked there, or maybe even with elevated privileges such as an admin? We need presence management there for sure. Wikispin is an art, and admins are the people deemed good at it.

B> Uncyclopedia - I'll do this one, I love writing comedy on there. Any thoughts? Nothing so far, but I'm brainstorming ideas for the Giuliani article as we speak.

C> Google Groups - some guy I was just talking to on IRC started http://groups.google.com/group/electronpaul just now. It's new.

D> Republican forums - let's get the message out to non-authoritarian Republicans.

E> Democrat forums - let's get the message out to non-socialist Democrats.

F> Libertarian, Constitution, and other third party forums - A lot of these folks will be excited by a good candidate and not having to deal with crap like ballot access or being locked out of debates!

G> Anyone like comics? I think we need a new superhero persona, Electron Paul, who fights for freedom and justice. Create a decent webcomic, and I'll host it and such at no cost.

There's lots of good Ron Paul stuff going on in the... err... Ron Paul supporter communities, and on youtube and a few social networking sites. In the end though, we can exercise more control over sites like wikipedia than we can over massive corporate-backed sites like youtube and myspace.
If you have any other thoughts, post replies and I'll edit them into this list so they stay at the top of the thread.

05-31-2007, 06:58 PM
I would Like to add one:


If anyone is a good writer and can do this journalisticaly that would be great. I would if I wrote better and had more hours in a day.

05-31-2007, 08:57 PM
Avoid Wikipedia. You'll just get into a wikiwar, and an even bigger admin will lock down the Ron Paul articles with erroneous information. Some of these admins are spiteful in the extreme.