Believe it was from Idaho . . . activist? not sure what label to put on him these days . . . . Dennis Mansfield, some years ago, we first heard about YouTube, when he suggested that this new thing might have some real impact in politics. That was a couple of years before, well, it did. Obviously in recent years, it has.
Today he (with his son Colin) are up (on Mansfield's site) with a new tool called Screenr.
It uses Twitter to very quickly and easily post videos.
Not sure we've absorbed yet what it's capable of. But it sure looks like something to keep a watch on. And the political possibilities seem very real.