10 Questions

So we’re going to be participating in a TechPresident project, along with the New York Times, MSNBC, and a diverse mix of online political commentators. It’s a new political forum called 10 Questions in which you, the insightful and inventive reader, get to pose questions to the presidential candidates.

Here’s how it works: Submit video questions from October 17 to November 14 on YouTube, MySpace, Yahoo Video or Blip.tv with a “10questions” tag. Afterwards, the candidates will respond to the ten most popular questions, as determined by up-or-down votes on each of the videos, which will be posted on the 10 Questions site. And then readers will determine whether the candidates actually answered the questions or not.

We’ll be pointing occasionally to some of the more interesting questions, so give me a heads-up if you’re working on anything fun.

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