Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
Adults only beyond this point, please; some of the things we tolerate aren’t at all pleasant to think about….
1. National Service is going ahead, but I can’t sit around forever waiting for the money situation to get better, so, with Clive’s help, I’ve built a little cash machine to help things along. That’ll be with you shortly. 2. … Continue reading
Blairwatch – Nick Kollerstrom’s Crap Circles: We’ve occasionally been targeted by 9/11 and 7/7 conspiraloons over our coverage of terrorism and strategies to deal with it. At one level it’s just a small group of deathly boring obsessives, at another … Continue reading
Gotta be out today. Let me leave you with some excellent posts… Complex System Of Pipes – Pop Goes The Ego The UK Today – The Blogger’s New Stats … and the following thought from the mind of a paranoid … Continue reading
Hello, Jherad… and welcome to my blogroll. :o) (Psst! Don’t feel too special. Ian and mou have also been added under ‘associates’ ‘small band of little acolytes’…)
Iain Dale and Paul Staines publish their stat-porn each and every month. Now they claim that they’re not blogging anything about their numbers and what might be wrong with them because it will bore their readers. :o) Just one of … Continue reading
You may recall that, during a discussion about Paul Staines’ and Iain Dale’s confusion over the difference between a ‘visit and a ‘visitor’ and how this impacted on MessageSpace’s traffic claims, that Mr Kelly Nightingale, Managing Director of MessageSpace appeared … Continue reading
Iain Dale has refused to answer this question: Iain? Care to make a statement? There is going to be an opt-out facility [for Total Politics], isn’t there? Iain Dale has also shown that he can become very confused about valid … Continue reading
I’ve been pondering on what Professor Paul said recently under comments… So Dale & Staines are a sort of bloggers Milli Vanilli? … and I think he might really be onto something. Let’s begin with a quick look at the … Continue reading