daily bizcard 041: macon phillips

Today’s “Daily Bizcard”, “Obama”, goes to the White House’s Director of New Media, Macon Phillips.

Phillips’ new media efforts during the 2008 United States presidential election helped raise vast sums of money for the Obama presidential campaign, while his text messaging, online videos and social networking skills led the campaign in many organizational and informational ways.

i.e. Philips was instrumental in making Obama the first truly “wired” President. He did a splendid job. Even if you didn’t vote Democrat, it was amazing to watch.

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[Commission Hugh]

[Macon, we'll be in touch soon via gapingvoidbizcard@gmail.com to collect your details for the back of the card, so we can print & ship a free box of 100 to you etc. Thanks!]

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