An article in the LA Times calls the internet the "Swiss Army Knife of American Politics". USA Today discusses the impact of blogs on politics:
"..they're forcing the mainstream news media to follow the stories they're pushing, such as the scandal that took down Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott. And they've created a trend that almost every major presidential candidate is following."
Jackson Murphy of Blogcritics takes us "inside the blog campaign." Does anyone send out mor spam than John Edwards? It's driving me crazy.
The two "can't miss" blogs for Utah politics are Utahpolicy.com and Utahpolitics.org. Polstate.com is a weblog that covers local races around the country with local contributors from most states. There's only one from Utah, a Democrat. If you're interested incontributing, you can email the host.
Funny thing, I do a single post on using RFIDs for tracking cows and now I'm the #1 hit on Google for "cattle tracking".