Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement

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Go. Do. (Busy today. Can you tell?)

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Phrase of the day: “Let’s Roll!”

Not Little England – Getting New Labour out of office CuriousHamster – Coalition of the Militant Liberals Chicken Yoghurt – Chain of command Europhobia – The delights of the British constitution Talk Politics – Where liberty is, there is my … Continue reading

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Ends and tethers

You know, there have been plenty of times that I have reached a point where I have been sorely – fucking *sorely* – tempted to abandon the idea of carefully nurturing MPs who may or may not wish to blog … Continue reading

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“Our legal advice is that Mark Oaten is not a paedophile.”

Guido – Its The Pod What Did It: Wednesday night, a few drinks, a digital recorder, Guido and a drunken Monkey. A beta podcast for a select few emailed on Thursday. Those of you who heard the podcast will know … Continue reading

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Reminders

1. Have you emailed your MP about the Dec 13 weblog seminar? (I’ll be emailing all new MPs – bar one – about this today.) UPDATE – I’ve pulled up short on this for now, to see how far I … Continue reading

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MPs: The Weblog Seminar

Special Event – MPs and Weblogs Seminar: Room P (Portcullis House) – Tuesday 13th December 2005, 6-8pm This a special seminar designed to show MPs the potential benefits and pitfalls of engaging with the community using weblog technology. It is … Continue reading

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Back To Iraq introduces comment registration

Back to Iraq – Abusive comments khaalas: Anyway, what I’m getting at is that you will no longer be allowed to comment unless you’ve registered with TypeKey. I tried this once before and it really cut down on the people … Continue reading

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They’ll print any old rubbish these days

A nice piece; one to add to the collection… but I’m still short one hatchet-job from the Sun. (Speaking of which, our little Ginger-Ninja G-bomb is about to mature. Go to Google and see if you can find a traitor. … Continue reading

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Who got the message?

My deep tracking just went live. Visitors to this website that I can track directly back to the Houses of Parliament are as follows: Yesterday, the tally for the month of November (to date) for the IP address 194.60.38.10 was … Continue reading

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IP addresses for parliament.uk (a Whois address lookup source)

You need to know the following in order to ascertain (roughly) who the watchers are watching… as we watch them… and so forth: Parliament seems to resist most of the usual Whois look-ups because of the whole .uk thing, so … Continue reading

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