Monthly Archives: February 2005

Will politics ever get e-serious?

Good article by Bill Thompson on the BBC Technology News Site. The political classes will be surprised indeed if the next General Election doesn’t take place on 5 May. In fact Tony Blair might even lose votes if he disappoints … Continue reading

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Boris posts again

I can’t tell you how pleased I am to have said something bordering on the truly reactionary. Is Boris trying to get back in Michael Howard’s good books? Still, a lengthy and serious post from Boris which shows that he … Continue reading

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First Chapter of ‘The Red Couch’

Is now online.

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Slow weekend for The Closed Circle

In that it stopped. Sorry. Was playing with my new toy: It’s pretty good. It can send emails, which is great, and means I can post to this blog on the move. Using Flickr I can even post pictures straight … Continue reading

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Lawrence Lessig on Creative Commons

Lawrence Lessig on Creative Commons: Creative Commons offers free copyright licenses to artists and creators. The purpose of the license is to enable the artist or creator to mark his or her copyrighted work with the freedom he or she … Continue reading

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