Category Archives: Blogging

Links o' the day

The Levi-Prodi law and the end of the Internet. A draft law in Italy would require anyone with a blog or a website to register it with the government, produce certificates and pay taxes.

Shannon and the DAA. Seems the Dublin Airport Authority knew about the Aer Lingus plan to scrap the Shannon-Heathrow route but neglected to tell the Shannon Airport Authority.

BT bets big on wind power. I don’t blame them.

Are these 10 common money mistakes keeping you poor? Bet your sweet ass they are, or at least not making things any easier for you.

Immigration, assimilation and identity in geopolitics. As Louisiana elects its first non-white governor in a century, Switzerland elects racists.

Putting a local spin on social networking.

Iran’s leadership battles. Ahmadinejad and Khamenei are at loggerheads.


After months of staying static, my spam filter has gone into overdrive in the last couple of days. Some are the longest spam posts I’ve ever seen — longer than any of my articles — while others are just your stock “free sex” rubbish. One spambot from Dallas, however, linked to my Al Gore piece. Damn singles and dating advice websites.


I’ve been working on a couple of blog articles (blogicles, if you will) but I’ve been struck with a migraine so enough of that. Might get them done tomorrow or even later today if the thing breaks… but having been in this position too many times over the years methinks twill not. In the meantime ideas for future posts are welcome.