Just how social is Fox's chief White House correspondent Ed Henry? Even his signature pocket squares have their own Twitter feed. Here Henry talks about how social media is a political reporting game changer, why social sharing is good, and oversharing is really, really bad.
Did Family Guy go too far in its recent episode that suggested Nazis would have supported the McCain-Palin ticket? Does Seth MacFarlane care? Not likely, if his continuing string of hits is any indication.
As all of the intricate twists and turns of primary season, convention season, and now the main stage of the election have happened, there has been one site that I have relied on: Digg.com. The social news site where people submit and vote on news items has become one of the best political aggregators. Every day, stories from newspapers and political sites are dugg up to the front page. Videos of cable news shows, political ads, and speeches at political rallies also rise to the top. It keeps me pretty well informed.