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The fact that the Internet is one of the most powerful organizing tools in history is both thrilling and vexing to public engagement practitioners working to create the conditions for more effective public involvement in public life. In this article we take a closer look at a range of online engagement practices, from high-level national politics to the lowest common denominators, our neighborhoods. We work here to highlight multiple approaches that try to bridge partisan divides and seek to bring together individuals from all over the political spectrum in meaningful dialogue and deliberation.