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Ron Paul pledges to continue Internet-organized 'Revolution'

Texas congressman, no longer running for president, draws thousands to a pro-individual rights, pro-peace rally organized at same time as Republican National Convention.

By September 3, 2008


Ron Paul's Tea Party-- a bigger money bomb

Today's independent money-raising event for the Ron Paul presidential campaign surpasses the Nov. 5 effort.

By December 16, 2007


Ron Paul: I'm the Republican who 'gets' young voters

Web favorite Ron Paul addressed young voters in MySpace and MTV's "presidential dialogue," but the question of tech policy didn't make an appearance.

By February 2, 2008


Etopia Music: Paul Young's DRM-free store for unsigned bands

A new music site co-founded by musician Paul Young launches today. It offers DRM-free downloads and a do-it-yourself system for unsigned bands to sell their music for a profit

By January 31, 2008


Ron Paul supporters rebut charges of racism

A Ron Paul "money bomb" scheduled for today has a higher purpose than merely raising money for the candidate. It's meant to disprove charges that Ron Paul and his supporters are racists.

By January 21, 2008


Online protests seek to include Ron Paul in N.H. debate

ABC News has invited the presidential candidate to a debate Saturday. Bloggers, online activists are irked because Fox News is excluding him from one a day later.

By January 4, 2008


Surprise! Barack Obama, Ron Paul win MySpace 'primaries'

Both parties' Web favorites are named the winners among the "MySpace generation." But that doesn't make the outcome of real primaries any clearer.

By January 3, 2008


Supporters plan party for Ron Paul-- a Tea Party

The same people who set up the Guy Fawkes Night "money bomb" for the Ron Paul 2008 campaign now seek to produce another one-day windfall on the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party.

By December 14, 2007


A penny for the guy, a hundred bucks for Ron Paul

Independent activists propose a strange reason for a campaign donation push... but it seems to be working

By November 5, 2007


Qualcomm CEO dials up Google phone history

Paul Jacobs talks about how his company's chip got into the T-Mobile G1, the first phone to run Google's Android operating system.

By September 23, 2008