Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement
Ick! Ick! Ick-ick-ick-ick-ick! (Eurgh. I feel all dirty now.)
I pledged to write a letter to Jack Straw. Time to deliver. To: Jack Straw From: Tim Ireland Re: Your comments of Thursday, 20 Jul 2006 Dear Jack, It is my sad duty to inform you that you are a … Continue reading
For some reason the Independent is having a go at bloggers… The fragrantly-hyphenated Janet Street-Porter kicked things off yesterday with this charming piece: Janet Street-Porter – Editor-At-Large: Blog off… You don’t want to know what I weigh today (do you?) … Continue reading
You’re all familiar with Jack Straw. Brave man. Not afraid to speak out or stand up for what’s right. Right? Read. Sign.
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the interwebs… Simon Carr.
Lynne Featherstone requests your input. My view: Blogger’s new moderation features make this a much more attractive prospect for MPs and councillors, as there’s now a nifty spambot filter and you can also view comments before they are published on … Continue reading
Tch. I prefer the term ‘freedom-fighting’ and they know it. ;o) (Heads-up via Wibbler, who also brings to our attention a wonderful way to get shot.)
LabourHome.org – the ‘home of grass roots Labour opinion’ – is due to launch soon. The opening post that mistakenly credits me with building Conservativehome.com has been described by the creator as a ‘cunning marketing plan’. (Don’t feel too bad, … Continue reading
Bit of a grab-bag today. I do apologise… Pandora: When David Miliband became the first Cabinet minister to launch an online diary a few months back, he boldly declared that he intended to “bridge the gap between politicians and the … Continue reading
Oh, for fuck’s sake. UPDATE (2:47) – Tch. For some reason they deleted this comment. Coincidentally, they have also just started reviewing comments before publishing them. UPDATE (3:01) – Oh dear. Actually, it looks like comments have been disabled entirely. … Continue reading