Time to look for a new web host in Iceland.
Hilarious. Click through for the video.
The Guardian has just released an iPhone app. It’s only available U.S./UK/Ireland for now but they’re working on other countries.
Channel 4’s Dispatches last night: Do You Know What’s in Your Breakfast? A reminder that, in capitalism, it’s not the job of the food industry to provide good healthy food. Their job is to make as much money by whatever means necessary, even if that means sneaking copious amounts of saturated fat, sugar and salt into your child’s diet.
This is a clip from Fragile Paradise, the first in a series of documentaries by the BBC called South Pacific.
The Guardian has been prevented from reporting parliamentary proceedings on legal grounds which appear to call into question privileges guaranteeing free speech established under the 1688 Bill of Rights.
Sirocco the Kakapo, a native parrot of New Zealand, gets frisky. An extract from Stephen Fry’s and Mark Carwardine’s new BBC documentary, Last Chance to See:
Mark Thompson, writing on his weblog Newsless – Time to stop breaking the news, and start fixing it:
I’ve come to the conclusion that there are four key parts to news stories, and we typically only get one of them, even though journalists possess all four, and the other three are arguably more important.
The Guardian: ‘Memoirs to reveal Dick Cheney thought Bush had gone soft on war on terror.’
Who knows what dark place we’d all be in if this man had become U.S. President.