Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Play Trivia for your Favorite Candidate

Following the success of our efforts to help save shelter pets and baby seals, we proudly announce the release of our US Presidential Election Candidate Game... play for your favorite candidate, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, or John McCain, and we'll donate proceeds to the respective campaign. It's an easy way to help your favorite candidate, pass some time, and increase your knowledge of trivia.

Have fun :)

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Beijing 2008 Torch Protest

In honor of the protests in our home town of San Francisco towards the Olympic 2008 Torch Relay, we've set up one of our famous Opinion walls-- a fun, powerful combination of petitions, open forums, and mad libs.

Check it out:

Olympic 2008 Opinion Wall

Friday, April 04, 2008

Thanks Perez Hilton

We appreciate the shout out from none other than Perez Hilton about our SaveDogs game-- play trivia, earn food for dog shelters. Over a metric ton donated already. Play the save dogs trivia game today (also, check out save cats and save seals).

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

What a Difference a Year Makes

What a difference a year makes. While search for the latest presidential poll numbers, we came upon this and had to do a double-take:

From April 1st, 2007:

Zogby: Giuliani, Clinton Hold Big Leads in National Tests
Edwards holds in third place among Dems; Fred Thompson could be a GOPer worth watching

Republican Rudy Giuliani and Democrat Hillary Clinton, both of New York state, continue to enjoy significant leads over rivals in national tests of likely primary voters, a new Zogby International telephone poll shows. Meanwhile, Giuliani’s edge among Republicans is now more than double that of his nearest rival.

Clinton holds a double–digit 32% to 22% lead over Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, with former senator John Edwards a distant third in a national test of Democratic likely voters. The survey was the first national poll to be fielded following Friday’s announcement by Edwards that he would continue his campaign despite a new cancer diagnosis facing his wife, Elizabeth. Twenty–four percent of Democrats said they were as yet undecided.

Among Republicans, Giuliani, a moderate, continues to show strength and Arizona Sen. John McCain continues to struggle to build a foundation of support. The former New York mayor now leads over McCain, 27% to 13%.

The survey, conducted March 22-26, 2007, included 432 Democratic respondents (margin of error of +/- 4.8 percentage point) and 376 Republicans (margin of error +/- 5.2 percentage points).

Clinton 32%
Obama 22%
Edwards 13%
Biden 2%
Kucinich 1%
Not Sure 24%

Giuliani 27%
McCain 13%
Thompson 9%
Romney 9%
Paul 3%
T. Thompson1%
Huckabee 1%
Hunter 1%
Tancredo 1%
Not sure 28%

from http://zogby.com