I have no particular view about the AV referendum. I haven’t decided which way to vote yet, but it’s not ambivalence as much as non-valence. I don’t feel strongly either way. But weirdly, I still want to explore the arguments anyway, especially as public debate on both sides has been pretty poor. One reason for […]
Getting round Facebook’s one-paragraph limit for comments.
Changes to Facebook comments today took away the ‘Post’ button. Instead, pressing Enter posts your comment automatically. This means your comments can’t have paragraph breaks, which is ugly and annoying, especially if you have a lot to say. As a Twitter user, I know that short can be beautiful. But it’s not the only way. […]
Senior NUJ Activists plan BBC protest against journalistic freedom
Leftlist is a private mailing list for NUJ members. Its members are not happy about the recent BBC Panorama programme on the flotilla to Gaza. So what do members a Trade Union dedicated to journalistic freedom and independence do when they see piece of journalism they don’t like? Well, the NUJ’s Vice President Donnacha Delong […]