Daily Kos profiled in SF Chronicle

· The Power of Many

Rob Morse wrote up Kos in today’s Chron:

On a modest street in the flats of Berkeley there’s a little yellow bungalow behind a shabby fence. It’s one of those places you expect to find a pit bull, but instead you find a bright young mayor of a city of about 70,000 liberal activists, writers, kibitzers, kidders and some folks who clearly have a lot of time on their hands.

The city that Markos Moulitsas Zuniga runs isn’t named Berkeley. It’s called Daily Kos (“Kos” was Moulitsas’ Army nickname) and it’s a city in the metaphorical sense, reached by mouse and keyboard. …

But he messed up the reference to Meetup (note “meet on the Web” instead of “use the Web to meet face-to-face”):

“We convinced Dean that they had to use the meet-up strategy,” said the 32-year-old Moulitsas, referring to the process where like-minded people meet on the Web and get together to swap ideas and strategies. “Every time Trippi sees me, he’ll point and say, ‘It’s your fault.’ “