The cause for this is simple: The Guardian, the NYT, and all the rest of the gang bought cumbersome, expensive content management systems which greatly please ant-fucking (Dutch reference) IT managers but which are disastrous for anyone who cares about the relationship between images and narrative. It is remarkable that free solutions, with suitable plugins, enable bloggers to create content which combines adequate archivability with the convincing integration of suitable images into the text.
- Berlusconi and the wiseness of Mubarak
“The wisest of men” line isn’t the former’s, but ben trovato it certainly is.
- Institutionalisation of blogging in Catalan
There’s a do in a couple of weeks featuring some Catalan-language bloggers. Strangely, the list of participants doesn’t include links to
- Farewell, (Catalan) Talgo
One of 20th century Spain’s great engineering achievements disappears as it drove: with nary a whisper.
- Translation of Den Haag Connection rap calling for death of Dutch MP
Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a highly talented Somali immigrant who started as a cleaning lady and, although still only in her
- Do financial instruments count as technology?
Re this, JB comments that showing any kind of relationship between financial and technological innovation is kind of hard, but rather