Posts Tagged ‘Guardian’

Last Sunday I attended a Guardian Masterclass on building online communities. On the work dollar of course, and all for the sake of the project we’ve been working on for over a year. Overall it was a good day with some excellent speakers and interesting coffee break chat (surprising given that we were all clearly […]

Last week I went to The Guardian to hear its Editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger read his 2010 Hugh Cudlipp lecture, which he delivered earlier this year (you can read the whole thing here), and take part in an audience discussion. The topic was the future of journalism and whether ‘journalism’ even exists anymore. Top billing was the free […]

I just read this feature article (actually an extract from a forthcoming book) in the Guardian Weekend magazine. In it, Barbara Ehrenreich hits out against the ‘positive thinking brigade’ that surrounds cancer, and indeed most major illnesses or calamities. I’m not entirely sure what to make of it, but it’s an interesting piece. The article […]