: Wesley Clark’s community weblog isn’t coming off as interactive but as amateurish. Linking to a New Yorker profile, it says, “This article is written after Boyer had a series of interviews with Wesley Clark. The article is factual but at times the author uses words with negative connotations.” Well, gee, that happens.
I would have expected something slicker, better presented, more eloquent a representation of the candidate and his community. Campaigns need something between this, out of the Kiro5hin/Slash model, and Clark’s blog with comments that won’t scale. There needs to be a way to capture the voice of the campaign — so we can judge the candidate and what he has to say — while also capturing the voice of the supporters and making the two distinct but strong. They haven’t found the right formula yet.