Google Offers New Content Hub For US Presidential Elections Home Stretch
Many millions of people saw Hillary Clinton speak last night at the Democratic National Convention. If you didn’t (and are interested), you can see the speech on YouTube. Indeed, Google has been doing various things in various places — on Maps, YouTube, iGoogle and elsewhere — to offer news, content, video and visualization tools throughout this US electoral season. Now the company has introduced an additional set of election-related guides and services, explained in this Google Blog post.
In other to tie all this content together there’s a new central hub: Google 2008 Election. It links to the various electoral guides, video, news, search and mapping tools on Google. There’s also a companion mobile site.
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