Posts Tagged Telegraph Online

Saluting Shenanigans

Saluting Shenanigans

So, the much-publicised trial of Norwegian mass-killer Anders Behring Breivik has finally started – and with it the line-by-line commentary from a number of online resources. I will no doubt make some sort of comment on the trial at some point, but will try and keep my distance as I do feel there is little to be said beyond stating the obvious fact that the man’s Jarlsberg has clearly slipped off its cracker. Read the rest of this entry »

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Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

I’ll probably get around to posting another update when I have the time, but I thought I’d leave you with what I thought was an excellent summary of the Libyan imbroglio – a comment left on an article in the Telegraph Online. Read the rest of this entry »

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Work experience journalism

Work experience journalism

Much has been said about the journalistic profession, and how the quality of both writing and research has plummeted ever since online media started to outflank the printed press. While more scurrilous types could always be found in the murky offices of the red tops, much of what you found in the so-called quality press was for the most part well written and – perhaps more crucially – competently researched. Read the rest of this entry »

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