Author Archives: Tim Ireland
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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
Heh. A few people have piped up mentioning a recent email from Google to all Google Analytics users, and I just got a copy myself in the early hours: Dear Google Analytics users, We are writing to let you know … Continue reading
Things look increasingly problematic for MessageSpace…. They’ve just been forced to admit that they won’t be commissioning an independent audit anytime soon, so they’re reliant on trust placed in their brand and those connected to it. (Stop laughing at the … Continue reading
Most regulars will recall the last time I wrote an article involving MessageSpace and all these right-wing bloggers came out of the woodwork to have a go at me while MessageSpace played nicey-nice and said it was nowt to do … Continue reading
I’m still waiting for Paul Staines, Iain Dale, Kelly Nightingale and Jag Singh over here, here and here. Highlight of the weekend exchanges was this gracious and straightforward response from Paul Staines that staggers very close to the finish line…. … Continue reading
I have a special treat for you today; a behind-the-scenes video tour into the world of Iain Dale, Paul Staines (aka ‘Guido Fawkes’) and the advertising network MessageSpace. Now, some imagination is required here because Iain Dale is not officially … Continue reading
It strikes me as odd that every time my foot is on Paul Staines’ neck, he has a shot at Tom Watson. I do hope Paul has double-checked those figures.
And now, some figures that have been fudged in the opposite direction. (Boy that Lord Ashcroft does splash it around, doesn’t he?)