6.4.08

Can you see the real me, can you?

I was shocked to see myself mentioned on the front page of The Record this morning, in an article by Matthew Van Dusen concerning the use of online tools for political purposes. Paragraph 2 of the piece states:
"Republican activist George Ajjan of Clifton uses his MySpace and Facebook profiles, a YouTube channel and a blog to promote his party and punditry."
Then it goes on to discuss my YouTube page specifically:
"YouTube is particularly useful because people don't need to join the site to see a message, they just click a link in an e-mail, said Ajjan, who ran for congress against Paterson Democrat Bill Pascrell Jr. in 2004. He has his own YouTube 'channel' that features his collected appearances on news talk shows and speeches."
Apologies for the hiatus...

1 comment:

Israeli Mom said...

I think it's great that you use the Internet to reach your potential voters. I do think you need a much better spam filter though (see the comments above mine) - not sure if you're the webmasters of this site, but I would recommend switching to Wordpress which has some simple yet effective comment spam filters.