By Frank Moher I followed Hurricane Gustav not on CNN, not on the newspaper websites (and certainly not on the newspapers themselves), but via Twitter. What, you may ask, is Twitter? Twitter is a service that allows you to post messages to the web of up to 140 characters. Initially the idea was to tell […]
Yes, you read that right. MSNBC regards its country’s debate as to what constitutes torture — which I thought had been resolved in Geneva a few decades back — as cause for a bad bit of frat-boy humour. And this is the States’ supposedly leftish cable network.
By Frank Moher The real winners of the American election are the new electronic media who, through relentless pounding of a sort only they can do, impressed upon voters just what a mess their country had become. I’m talking about online magazines like Salon, which, unlike many a journalistic johnny-come-lately, knew that the Iraq war […]