Cyrus Krohn was once the top dog at the RNC where all e-media and techno-whatsit matters were concerned. That all changed in March of 2009, after Michael Steele became head of the RNC. Back then, the Washington Post reported it like so:
Arguably the most respected technocrat in the Republican Party, Cyrus Krohn is just the latest in a string of officials to resign from the RNC; last week, the RNC's finance director quit. But because GOP Chairman Michael Steele made leveraging the Internet to attract voters to the Republican Party a top priority in a tech summit two weeks ago, Krohn's departure comes as an especially heavy blow -- not just to the RNC, but to the conservative blogosphere.
Prior to working for the RNC, Krohn worked at Microsoft and Yahoo. Now, he's making silly "beer summit" YouTube videos with his (admittedly, adorable) children.
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