Libertarian. Enjoys politics, technology, music, food and drink.
There are two very different worlds I flirt between. One is the political world I follow and engage with on Twitter: politically motivaited, geeky, even obsessed. People who work for … Continue reading
The landscape for online content writing has changed dramatically over the past year. With Google releasing the Panda update at the beginning of last year, a number of online content … Continue reading
Back in November, I remember reading a piece from Milo Yiannopoulos, aka @Nero, about his disillusion with the state of technology journalism. The problems he listed were endless, and they … Continue reading
Following yesterday’s news that the Home Affairs Select Committee will launch a review into drugs policy, I’ve written a blog about the most significant part of it over at The … Continue reading
I was interested to see an analysis of those who are tweeting about #n30 at the moment. This is taken from the last 3000 tweets and analyses those Tweeters’ biographies.
We should congratulate the Guardian this morning for running a piece by David Nutt on the “drugs” deaths over the weekend. Clubbers, he argues, should be given the ability to … Continue reading
Statistics to be released soon will show that youth unemployment has surpassed the magic 1,000,000 figure for the first time. Terrible news, yes? Except the model by which unemployment is … Continue reading
Last night I went to “Drug policy and law reform” – a short event hosted by the Adam Smith Institute. Steve Rolles, the chief policy analyst for Transform was the … Continue reading