Squinter on the politics of me, me, me…

Squinter on political website usersSquinter’s in fine form today. Just “as Gerry Adams settles into his new role in the Blogosphere“, Squinter has decided to take a big satirical bite out of the same. The target: ‘our political website users’ (and its moderators)… (No, relax Máirtín, we don’t think he’s taking another pop at Gerry…) Worth a read since, as always, he’s trying to make a serious point under cover of the humour; though you’ll have to buy the paper to see it, or take out a free subscription from the website for access to the PDF.

In the meantime, for those can’t, here’s a good piece from OpenDemocracy on the paucity of quality discourse on blogs in general: The politics of me, me, me

Update: Roughly scanned copy added above…

Mick is founding editor of Slugger. He has written papers on the impacts of the Internet on politics and the wider media and is a regular guest and speaking events across Ireland, the UK and Europe. Twitter: @MickFealty