How the Brexit votes of a Welsh town turned Carole Cadwalladr into an investigative journalist Paid Members Public
An inspiring - and fascinating - talk into how a simple feature put the Observer journalist on the trail of the biggest Facebook scandal.
Brighton's digerati: understanding the media continuum Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2014/01/brighton-digital-observer-3469.html] It was lovely to see the Brighton digital sector highlighted in The Observer [http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jan/12/brighton-leading-tech-startups] a week ago. With all the fuss about Tech City, interesting online stuff happening elsewhere is all-too-often
Blogging: The New Public Sphere Paid Members Public
John Naughton, writing in The Observer [http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2009/sep/13/blogging-john-naughton-comment] on the 10th anniversary of Blogger [https://www.blogger.com/start]: > The long-term significance of Blogging is that it reverses a trend that had become increasingly worrying in an era dominated by mass media,
Annoying <i>The Guardian</i> Paid Members Public
The Monday edition of The Guardian [http://www.guardian.co.uk/] (liberal leftie newspaper, lightly dusted with political correctness) is bought by most journalists, whatever their political persuasion, simply because its Media Guardian [http://media.guardian.co.uk/] section has the best job adverts in the business. Part of me