Monday, 9 March 2015


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 150307 - yesterday's tweets as a single page

The sinister treatment of dissent at the BBC - national pride?@BBC is a national shame these days (v @Stephen_Curry)

Jeremy Hunt accused of covering up critical NHS report - can't think why he'd do that... #GE2015

Welcome to the 38 Degrees Save our #NHS campaign! - info on local activities

Can hipsters save the world? - nicely upbeat piece

the capital’s talent pool, continually refreshed by #immigration, is what sets it apart. “People do seem to be more creative in #London

"I wonder if part of the reason British companies don’t become Facebook is because British people are too polite to become billionaires."

Jeb Bush: #NetNeutrality Decision is ‘Crazy’ - useful to know: Jeb Bush is an idiot (v @declanm @RecentApp)

Don’t trust your phone, don’t trust your laptop – this is the reality that #Snowden has shown us - yup

we have not lowered emissions "because those things fundamentally conflict with deregulated capitalism" -

.@NaomiAKlein's point about climate change vs. deregulation is also why the regulatory moves at the heart of #TTIP are dangerous & misguided

"PAFTA School" - People Against Free Trade Agreements - "7 week long call series from March 4th-April 15th"

Consent: Not actually that complicated - this is very good (v @bo_novak @jilliancyork)

.@ahorapodemos, a new type of resistance - sounds really exciting; note use of freesw to organise (v @CasparBowden)

"I never tire of using Gerald Waller’s iconic photograph of an orphan boy with his first pair of new shoes in 1946" -

#TTIP – Das Märchen vom Wachstums- und Beschäftigungsmotor - from October 2014; still true

The OA Interviews: Alison Mudditt, Director, University of California Press - fascinating stuff, as ever #openaccess

#Florida banned state workers from using term '#climatechange' – report - what a bunch of ignorant, risible fools

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