And the truth (or at least, an attempt at redressing the balance)

Monthly Archives: January 2012

The love affair of the tech nerd with themselves

We in the technology world are a self-centred bunch of people. I recently attended a training course where we were asked to complete Myers-Briggs tests to figure out our personality types. I’d never previously completed one and was initially sceptical, but after receiving my result I was a little more convinced. I’ll spare you the details […]

Why Private Eye’s scepticism of “new media” is as unreliable as Glenda Slagg

I’ve been an avid reader of Private Eye since I was a teenager and my dad brought a dog-eared copy home with him after a trip to London. From that point on it was my connection to a wider world outside of my hazy Midlands youth; a cynical window on the grimy London media and […]