So battle on, brave James - ever the feisty underdog.– An open letter to James Murdoch | The Musings of a Red Dalek | dominicself.co.uk
Google Reader - Featured Reading Lists →
When I try and introduce people to RSS the inevitable question is always “so who do I subscribe to?”. This guide from Google helps. There’s something very valuable in knowing what feeds the NYTimes’ foreign-affairs columnist subscribes to.
James J. Lee - The Prettiest Girl →
Stumbled across this. Top class work. I love how in most of the photos the focus isn’t the girl’s face. If she had had a ‘normal’ face, these pictures would still have been great - they all work as great compositions. But, given the girl’s condition, the photographer has made an effort to almost pretend it’s not there. Something which the family seems to be...
As you grow up you realise there are other things in life and to be honest, the...– BBC SPORT - Ipswich keeper Supple quits game
AxisMundi Jerusalem » Blog Archive » In... →
What could have been a brilliant piece of multimedia is lost beneath sloppy editing. Great photography - badly put together. What a shame.
Children spend their lives being told what they can’t do. We want to...– Anne Gilchrist, former controller of Children’s BBC, writing in the BBC staff newspaper.
At the bottom of this page is a form where you will be able to nominate events...– The Guardian is collating a user-generated history of the internet. Lots of notable ommissions here - I think the launch of BBC Online is a standout point in the history of the web. But then I’m a bit biased. The internet at sort-of-40. How did we get here? | Technology | guardian.co.uk
On your desktop: a cartoon purse filled with fat gold coins. Pull out a penny....– Charlie Brooker | my plan to save newspapers | Comment is free | The Guardian (Charlie comes up with a way of making micropayments fun. I like it. I’m feeling a mini-game where newspaper readers get to flip a coin from one end of a 1930s bar into a jukebox a la Smooth Criminal.)
Paedophile cat →
Words fail me. Miaow.
All looked set fair for the new season, until it emerged that Ling wasn’t the...– The ace Cambridge blogger Matt Gooding writing at When Saturday Comes.
BBC World Service - Over To You, 08/08/2009 →
Peter Horrocks, director of BBC World Service, on the new challenges faced by the BBC in Zimbabwe, following the lifting of an eight-year reporting ban.
One thing that would have helped this week is if the chief executives of...– Jeremy Hillman, editor, business and economics unit, BBC News. Writing on the BBC News Editors Blog.