The Washington Post: Seesmic Powering Political Punditry!

October 9, 2008 in News & Events | Comments (0)

 

Okay, so the gestation period wasn’t quite as long as that of an elephant, but it sure felt like it. Since February 2008 I’ve been working with The Washington Post to figure out the best way to integrate Seesmic to their web site.
And today it went live!
The partnership begins with their using Seesmic to power political discussion with one of their most widely read political columnists – Chris Cilizza. For this integration we worked with The Washington Post team to develop a customized version of the Seesmic threaded player.
Here’s the inaugural conversation: JOIN IN!!! Click on play to hear Chris’ post and question. As the video is playing you’ll see the “reply” button appear in the upper right corner. Click on that and you’ll be prompted either to log-in to your Seesmic account (if you have one) OR you can sign up right there! Super simple – just pick username, password and enter your email address – and you’re off!

 
 

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