A good friend pointed this out to me the other day: every single website that relies on user-generated content is totally dominated by pro-Obama folks.
Digg’s top election page is chock full of pro-Obama/anti-McCain posts, and the pro-McCain posts have hundreds of thousands of fewer diggs than the pro-Obama posts.
Other examples doubtless abound. McCain’s choice to use old school robocalls, rather than some fancier meida shows that he’s banking on an old-media strategy to get out the vote where he thinks he can. The Obama online phenomena may be only a product of the echo chamber online, but it at least reveals a pretty substantial cultural divide between the candidates.