: Gary Wolf is writing a story about the Dean campaign for Wired and along the way, he’s blogging about it (a new and wise approach to reporting, by the way, for it will bring in new information and perspectives).
He just blogged a “retroactive manifesto” for the Dean campaign‘s online strategy — that is, acting as if you were planning what has happened, what principles would guide you? He puts together a good list from David Weinberger to Steven Johnson to Joi Ito [hat tip to Joi for this]. He’s now trying to figure out how to distill Clay Shirky into a paragraph.
And, Gary, don’t forget Glenn Reynolds from Bloggercon: Online, you have to give up control to gain power.