A Mirror World offers another way to campaign. Every Mirror World neighborhood is equipped with a public message board. Candidates can post statements. Towards election time, we can set up a special political playground, where they can hold forth at greater length. Shoppers can send questions directly via electronic mail, and post the answers on Mirror World billboards where everybody (whether or not they feel like taking the trouble to send mail) can find them. Politicians can open Mirror World offices, where browsers can catch up on what they've been doing and leave questions that, the staff promises to answer. This whole campaign strategy will be dismissed as naive nonsense -after all, voters don't care about, issues, they care about media advisors. Everybody knows that. And then one day, some nobody of whom no TV reporter has ever heard will will in a write-in landslide.