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The big winner in Tuesday's elections: Web 2.0

So the big winner in Tuesday's mid-term elections sure seems to be Web 2.0, and, more specifically, YouTube.

Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) conceded today, thereby giving the Democrats control of the Senate. And the Allen-Webb race still seems remarkable. The WP called it a "stunning breakdown." Just months ago, Allen was seen as presidential material, and then...



And, as you can see, the thing spread thanks to the Web.

Allen had a terrible campaign. He ran out of feet to shoot. But it is YouTube that made him vulnerable.

Meanwhile, CNet offers its assessment of what the elections mean for tech. The story, however, mostly focuses on net neutrality.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Nov 09, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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