from Mashable! by Stan Schroeder
from Boing Boing by Cory Doctorow
He deleted it, but Wil Wheaton saved it for posterity.
from Mashable! by Chris Taylor
The Republicans have been forced to accept that the political territory on which they staked their claim was little more than a state of denial, writes Simon Schama
from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick
The new administration can nurture ties with business eager for a stable and predictable investment environment, writes John Gapper
Despite the path he took, Barack Obama managed to hold on to the diverse coalition that brought him into office in 2008
from Wired Top Stories by Angela Watercutter
As election results poured in, stats geek Nate Silver became the new Chuck Norris of Twitter with the hashtag #NateSilverFacts.
from Mashable! by Samantha Murphy
from All Facebook by Justin Lafferty
from Global Voices Online by Jane Ellis
With Barack Obama re-elected to the Presidency of the United States for four years after the election of November 6, 2012, Africa is reviewing his legacy[fr]. This following his four years at the head of an America more concerned with the economic crisis than international relations, especially within the African continent. Theexpectations of Africans were great, but many think that the second term of President Obama will enable him to have a wider margin of manoeuvre on African issues.
Twitter?s hour-long sustained peak of 9,965 TPS during election displays shift in how service is used
from The Next Web by Matthew Panzarino
from Mashable! by Todd Wasserman
from All Facebook by Jennifer Moire
Now that the 2012 presidential election is in the record books, we can start to examine more closely the role that Facebook played in the first ?social election? and how the winners and losers used the platform in the waning hours of the race.
from Mashable! by Space.com
from Mashable! by The Atlantic
from Mashable! by Stephanie Haberman
from Mashable! by Eric Larson