Apologising for expressing your honestly-held opinions is a very bad idea, no matter how unpopular they might be.
Tag: social media
The Blinkered Ignorance Of Politicians
Our laws are set by social misfits who don’t know what they are talking about – isn’t that depressing?
The Vital Need For Online Anonymity
The dangers involved in forcing people to use real names online far outweigh the benefits.
Great Websites We Have Loved and Lost: Succubus Hunter
Will the mystery of the man pursued by sex-hungry succubi at the end of the 1990s ever be solved?
The Scourge Of The Online Activist
Why are armchair activists able to destroy the lives of others for fun and profit?
A Change Is As Good As A Rest
Why can’t we try to make the New Normal an improvement on the Old Normal?
YouTube Makes The First Move Towards An ID-Regulated Internet
YouTube announce that physical proof of identity might now be required to watch age-restricted videos in Europe.
Why Shouldn’t People Work From Home?
Let’s celebrate the idea of the office commute coming to an end.
Covid Is Making Us Cross
How the pandemic has led to entrenched beliefs and a mistrust of disagreement and debate.
The Never-Ending Sorry
The insatiable need to force apologies for wrongthink, and the pointlessness of ever thinking that you’ll be forgiven.
Ale In The Time Of Pandemics
Keri O’Shea returns to the pub after three months, and lives to tell the tale.