Would you press release a death?

I’ve been thinking about this post for a few days now – it seems that all my arguments against press releasing around a death should apply to posting on the blog about the same thing. However, I think this is an issue that needs to be discussed and I will refrain from giving too many . . . →

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Why I still love books (of the printed variety)

There are so many people singing the praises of the Amazon Kindle and all the latest e-papers that I’ve started feeling like a weirdo. Here comes my admission – like as exasperated hero in a lame comedy, I can shout – “Yes, I still love books damn it!”.

Don’t get me wrong, I would still . . . →

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What Mumbai taught me: Twitter is not the answer to everything.

On the day the Mumbai terrorist attacks were unfolding I was sitting at my desk at home, trawling through my RSS feeds. I was drinking some coffee and I was reading blog posts somewhat idly.

The first news of the events reached me via Twitter. Asteris was updating on what was going on and I . . . →

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