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.
Latest blog posts by e-mail
The personal ethics required to become a politician are the very opposite of what the public hope to see in their politicians
@jonworth on Twitter
Jon Worth: Especially easy (sorry, facile!) when French advertising law means a translation has to be provided! https://t.co/lZZKwIu6sI
Jon Worth: Oh the Paris Métro . The best announcer voice of any underground system. A tweet cannot convey the subtleties of… https://t.co/Fw2l2lGEMu
Jon Worth: I wish Babis and Muscat would choose their words more carefully. The EU is not saying "Britain, have a further refe… https://t.co/KCqp6ZLMba
Follow me - @jonworth - on Twitter
No Creative Commons Image in this post. Please note the general Creative Commons statement in the footer.