VSL:WEB // The science of campaign coverage

Do you remember when the Yankees played at Yankee Stadium and banks had actual credit to extend? Are you having trouble keeping up with daily developments and worried sick about the upcoming election? This handy and elegant news aggregator can help you make sense of it all.

Like its excellent sister site, Buzztracker, Everymoment Now is designed to give you a bird’s-eye view of the 24-hour news cycle, but with a particular focus on the presidential race and special attention paid to moments when “above the fold” news stories — which is to say, big stories — meet “below the fold,” or buried, ones. The site keeps daily tabs on Obama and McCain (and, more recently, Biden and Palin) and turns the tally into instantly readable graphics. Is the press in the tank for one candidate or the other? Which stories have legs, and why? Everymoment Now tells you what you want to know in a media-elite minute. After all, with just 35 more days to go until November 4, every moment counts.

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VSL:WEB // The science of campaign coverage