BusinessWeek has an interesting (although somewhat short) overview of the political impact of blogging in this week’s edition – read it online here. Starting with a critique of webcameron, David Cameron’s video podcast / blog site, it goes on to chart the importance of political blogging in a number of European countries, and especially focusses on The Netherlands where the political importance of the web appears to be more developed than elsewhere. In comparison, the Labour Party (and especially those people high up in it!) seem to be far behind.
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Whether SJ has enough staff to run these, and whether Trafikverket messes it all up with late engineering works remains to be seen… but we can hope! 😊 #CrossBorderRail
#CrossBorderRail improvements in Scandinavia are due in December @jonworth. SJ's path requests for three new daily high-speed trains Oslo-Stockholm have been successful. Speed still not high but frequency, timetable and better quality trains will make it much more competitive. https://twitter.com/HSchlaupitz/status/1544400965444550656