The Internet is definitely not a fad, and won't be going away any time soon. People are starting to understand the potential that it has to offer. Now prepare for the next big leap in internet-only content: a Presidential Debate.
That's right, Yahoo, The Huffington Post and Slate are going to host two online-only Presidential Debates. The Democrats and Republicans will each have their own separate debate which will include any of the formally-announced candidates.
Each of the three websites will simultaneously stream the debates and even offer watchers a chance to pose questions to the candidates in real-time. Letting internet junkies pose questions to Presidential Candidates in real-time won't end badly. Nope, I really can't see anything going wrong.
First-ever online-only Presidential Debates in the works [via tgdaily]