If you have not already heard, there is an organization that is forming an alternative, internet based way of nominating a candidate for president. Americans Elect is currently getting signatures to qualify their eventual candidate onto the ballots of every one of the 50 states.
Here you can register and "track" the candidates you are interested in. Ultimately, those who get a sufficient quantity of "clicks" will qualify for their primary process. They claim you can participate in their primary process as long as you are a registered voter and regardless of whether you voted in your own party's primary or not. You do not have to change parties.
This could have a lot of interesting consequences on the election process itself, but I will let you think about that for awhile and put my comments in on it another time.
The most fascinating section is where registered members can post questions that they want to ask potential candidates. Members can then rate them up or down. You can look at the highest rated questions at http://www.americanselect.org/debates/highest-rated .
I am planning on giving my own answers to several of the questions as I would answer them. Are there any I should tackle first? Hmmm....