Welcome! My day job is at the communications agency Blue Rubicon and I am also a Visiting Lecturer at City University. I edit the monthly newsletter, Liberal Democrat Newswire. This is my personal blog – with my views, expressed on behalf of myself. Take a look around – and do comment on what you see.
The founder of ResearchGate wants his social network to win a Nobel prize.
- Exactly what frightens Americans about the NHS?22 August 2014
- Nick Clegg’s biographer to take on Green MP22 August 2014
- Lessons from Rennard #3: the English Party needs reform22 August 2014
I recently received a text message from 97885, claiming to be from Vodafone and asking me to reply and take part in a survey.
- A film about a font: one to watch13 August 2014
- If developers wrote commit messages like bloggers write link bait titles…13 August 2014
- Quick! Get your MP / candidate / local party on Woo Woo8 August 2014
Blackwood’s Magazine (November 1833) decried the impact of the Great Reform Act on British politics, saying it had brought forth MPs who spent too much time giving speeches: The Reform Bill … has augmented two-fold that class of orators who spend their breath and not their money in securing their places [i.e. constituencies], and whose […]
- Humans Need Not Apply19 August 2014
- A beautiful, moving poppy display at the Tower of London15 August 2014
- FOOTNOTE ‡: Are US Military Bases and Embassies American Soil?14 July 2014
Media & PR
The newly updated paperback version of Damian McBride's book adds but a little to the original hardback edition.