Category Archives: Teh Interwebs
Craig Murray – Usmanov Bluster: Usmanov’s lawyers are now blustering that the coverage of Usmanov in Murder in Samarkand is libellous. Given that he has such hyperactive lawyers, is it not strange that the book has been out for over … Continue reading
[EDIT: The body of this post has been removed pending legal advice. I’ve been given less than an hour’s notice on this, so there’s no time to determine exactly what content Usmanov’s ever-vigilant lawyers object to. For this reason, all … Continue reading
AP – Finnish Boy Fined for YouTube Video: HELSINKI, Finland – A 15-year-old schoolboy was fined Friday for posting a video on YouTube showing a karaoke performance of his teacher and for claiming she was a lunatic. And by the … Continue reading
The Register – B3ta man victorious over Coca-Cola in music dispute: Coca-Cola has agreed to settle with an unsigned London band over a dispute that the soft drink’s Argentinian subsidiary ripped off one of their songs and animated videos. BBC … Continue reading
Scotsman – Gawker ‘stalker map’ tracks celebs: A row is brewing in New York over a new website that can publish details of celebrity sightings in the city within minutes – complete with a map pinpointing exactly where the star … Continue reading
Private Eye bit into the fruit too early and have been shy of Teh Interwebs ever since. But stuff like this needs to be online: The Eye could benefit greatly from a strategic release of their material online… as I’ve … Continue reading
Slugger O’Toole has an excellent round-up of eyewitness accounts, and is bound to follow with some excellent analysis.
When StoryCode.com first launched, we watched early matches with great interest. We were on the lookout for the quality matches and the quirky ones (one of the most interesting early matches was Animal Farm and A Christmas Carol). So, today, … Continue reading
OK folks, here it is… the Big Shiny New Thing I’ve been promising: BlogCode.com – the weblog directory and recommendation tool Blogcode.com is an initiative of StoryCode, the book-comparison project in which I have been proud to play a small … Continue reading
Working like mad to make it happen by this afternoon, folks… we’re adding a special Very Useful Tool before we go BETA.