A surprising — but long overdue — condemnation of censorship by the press from The Guardian … and summer sign-watching
Let us hope that the admirably honest George Monbiot, with his huge following, can get this subject the attention it deserves. Regular readers have seen almost everything in his Guardian blog post on Monday here on post-Gutenberg.com — and his concluding sentence, two years ago, in ‘Censorship by the Press‘. We wrote that after some frustrating months of drawing attention to this problem:
Why is The Guardian censoring debate about press reform and ignoring the Lord Chief Justice’s endorsement of citizen journalism?
The solution proposed by the commenter ‘Natacha’ in her reaction beneath the Monbiot piece defines this blog’s very raison d’être: See:
Loomio: open-source tools from young New Zealand techies to make the dream of practical, efficient, sexy cooperatives come true
Just a short post, for today. We have been on the road, watching for signs – and here is one of our rewards:
The photographs work for me. I’m not saying you’ve missed your calling, but …
That’s wonderful to know, kind William. Sharing the pleasure of looking at the best ones is often the biggest incentive — or possibly, goad — to posting at all. The bargain: no text, no messing around with images! Yours is the first public comment the pictures here have ever had, and MIL22’s have certainly deserved innumerable garlands.