Cool Content: Sarah Ellis is digitising Shakespeare Paid Members Public
Live-blogged notes from Sarah Ellis’s talk at the Cool Content conference in Brighton.
Pissed Old Hacks Baffled by New Media* Paid Members Public
My wise, witty and winsome colleague Andrew Rogers, Esq [http://engagement101.blogspot.com/] brings to my notice this fine bit of debating [http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/theatre/2007/09/who_needs_reviews.html] from The Guardian‘s Michael Billington: > Is blogging changing theatre criticism? Undoubtedly, yes. The newspaper review
Whinging West End Theatre Bloggers Interviewed Paid Members Public
The [West End Whingers](http://westendwhingers.wordpress.com/), friends of One Man & His Blog and London’s foremost quasi-alcoholic satirical theatre bloggers have been [interviewed by Londonist](http://londonist.com/2007/08/londonist_inter_19.php):> **What’s with all the whinging? ** > Phil: It’s what we do best. > Andrew:
The Blogger Social Season Is Here Paid Members Public
I’ve been called away from the urban delights of London Town to the rural idyll of Suffolk on family business, so my account of the Lewisham Bloggers Drinks [http://andrewkbrown.wordpress.com/2007/04/21/met-up-2/] last Friday will have to wait until tomorrow. My fine photographs of the