Monthly Archives: March 2010

Linkblogging For 30/03/10

I promise there’ll be several proper posts this week (two book reviews, a comics post and probably a politics one). In particular, I’ve decided that I’m going to do at least one comics post every week from now on – … Continue reading

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‘Liberal’ Conspiracy

My good friend Mat Bowles recently took issue with Jonathan Calder, because Calder had said something disparaging about Liberal Conspiracy, and Mat wanted to know why more Lib Dems – and Liberals in general – don’t engage with that site … Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day: Emily Short

Ada Lovelace day is “an international day of blogging to celebrate the achievements of women in technology and science.” by blogging about a woman in technology. Unfortunately, it’s also a day when I’m getting over a bad case of the … Continue reading

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Odd Search Terms Of The Week

A possible semi-regular feature I might start doing if people like these, here’s just a simple list of the most interesting terms for which people have searched and found my blog in the last seven days: tarzan sex most annoyng … Continue reading

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Tories, ‘hacking’, Twitter and #cashgordon – Look, I Just ‘Hacked’ Mark Reckons’ Site Lib Dem Voice!

ETA: Actually Mark doesn’t use the Lib Dem Blogs RSS feed – just features the RSS feeds of various Lib Dems, under a ‘lib dem blogs’ header, so I thought he did. Feel free to substitute in the name of … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 22/03/10

I’m working from home today, as I’m too ill to go into work (have also been too ill to blog for a few days). As our systems are temporarily down, I thought I’d take a minute to do a quick … Continue reading

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Just A Quick One

Proper post later, probably, but for now I’d just like everyone to go and vote in the Pop World Cup for Germany’s track -Daisy Door and the Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra – “Oh, Oh, Ooh, Ei Ei Ei, Wo Immer … Continue reading

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