Blogger flees Pakistan "fearing for his life" Paid Members Public
In some parts of the world, blogging is still very much a revolutionary activity [http://indianexpress.com/article/world/second-missing-pakistani-blogger-found-leaves-country-fearing-for-life-family-4497420/] : > Pakistani blogger Aasim Saeed who went missing earlier this month has been found but has quickly left the country fearing for his life, his family said on Sunday. Saeed’s
How Guido Fawkes Felled Damian McBride Paid Members Public
Worth a read: [Guido Fawkes: His Role in Damian McBride’s Downfall](http://www.spectator.co.uk/the-magazine/features/3540431/a-bloggers-notebook.thtml) The whole McBride saga has been a fascinating study of the dance between bloggers, mainstream media and the centralising urge of government. I really must blog more about
Flightblogger Breaks Obama Running Mate Story Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/assets_c/2008/08/N755NA.html] One of our bloggers [broke the Obama running mate story](http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/flightblogger/2008/08/vice-presidential-picks-and-pl.html). Here’s how:He knew that the candidate’s planes go into shop for re-painting around the time of the
The Knee-Jerk Journalistic View of Bloggers Paid Members Public
Oh, don’t you love it when you open up your RSS reader, and find something that encapsulates an aspect of your life? Ladies & gentlemen, Mr Howard Owens: > Most of the bad bloggers tend to gravitate toward current affairs blogging. Unfortunately, political blogs are also the kind of blogs most
When Silence Falls Paid Members Public
![Iain Dale in Blue](http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/images/2007/Iain Dale in Blue-thumb-200x147.jpg) [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2007/11/Iain-Dale-in-Blue.jpg] Apologies for the protracted silence. A family member has gone straight from a hospital stay into a bout of chemotherapy, and I’ve been designated
Blogging and Politics Event Upcoming Paid Members Public
The Telegraph‘s holding a Blogging & Politics event [http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/technology/shanerichmond/oct07/political-blogging-open-house.htm] the week after next. I’ll be there.
Harriet Harman: Former Blogger? Paid Members Public
“Did Harriet Harman blog her way to victory?” asks Ellee, as part of a nice round-up of the Labour Deputy Leadership blogs [http://elleeseymour.com/2007/06/25/did-harriet-harman-blog-her-way-to-victory/] . Maybe. But it’s a shame she hasn’t blogged since her victory [http://blog.harrietharman.org/].
UKiP, Community Care and Blog Comments Paid Members Public
Ah, the social media world is full of chit-chat after the felling of a Labour parliamentary candidate [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/election-2010/7571078/General-Election-2010-Labour-candidate-sacked-over-Twitter-rants.html] by his own brazen stupidity and contempt for the electorate Twitter. But, here in sunny Sutton, we’ve been having a bit of