It is time for those who publish offensive content, albeit written by others, to shoulder their responsibilities and protect the rights of those who may be damaged by such content.
All too commonly those who should square up to bullies fail to do so.
There seems no doubt that intensely viral events occur. Characterising their early stages remains very difficult, requiring sensitive analysis on a huge data stream.
I parked myself right in front of Appuldurcombe House, and looked in the opposite direction, where St Martin’s Down rises above our village.
There are subtle but very important differences between iTunes in the Cloud, and iCloud Backup.
Although we like to claim how rapidly modern technology is changing the world, and not just Western society, I am not so impressed.
Who could resist the urge to pick this exquisite little book up and browse through its painted pages?
There is already a substantial queue of organisations waiting to know how to create intensely viral events, and how to control them.
I would never have dreamed that huge numbers of people would propagate an obvious malapropism. But search Twitter, or use any regular search engine like Google, for “hate hippocrates”, and step back in amazement.
Why don’t computer magazines have ads like “Chew KipperGum, its Omega 3 fatty acids will fuel your Photoshop work beyond Steve Caplin’s”, or “Evening Primrose Tea puts the fourth dimension into Lightwave”?