I've been meaning to write about something else, but I've not got around to it. So in the meantime here are some nice links to other places where you can read interesting stuff.
Blogging The Mail on our favourite paper's rather embarrassing attempts to portray Labour as the spectral 1970s bogeyman.
Bloggerheads with a forensic analysis of whether one eyewitness was telling the whole truth about G20.
On a similar theme, Nick Davies on the days of misinformation about the protest and whether journalists can really trust the police to tell the truth when they're in the spotlight.
Rhetorically Speaking on the 'abyss of stupidity' over sex education.
Ben Six with the Harry Phibbs de-arser. Very useful, but we need more de-arsers when it comes to our favourite daily paper.
Lenin on the threat of the BNP.
David Neiwert on blind eyes being turned in the US when it comes to violence perpetrated by former service personnel.
Craig Murray on giving his evidence of British complicity in torture.
Claude Carpentieri at Liberal Conspiracy on panic over swine flu.
Michael O'Leary (warning: links to Mail) has shown all his usual charm and desire to shrink away from publicity as he cements his position as most loathsome toad in the world. And his airline's fucking shit as well.
Who's worth following on Twitter? Here's a rough guide. Though to be honest I've not heard of all of them.
Here's a marvellous story - surely it can't be true? - of a chihuahua that got blown away by a strong gust of wind. But there's a happy ending.
And if you've not been there yet, here's my new favourite website - the secret life of Richard Madeley. I love it.
- Quick links elsewhere
- Links 19/5/09
- Some links 6/3/9
- Links 13/5/09
- Links 11/2/10