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Iain Dale has written an article for The Guardian's 'Comment is Free' blog, where he suggests: "I may be a blogger but I'm not an attack dog." Worth a read, as an update on bloggers' role in the Prescott affair.
Posted on July 07, 2006 | Permalink
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I agree it is well worth a read, although anyone just reading the article needs to be aware that Iain Dale is a master spinner, who is a former Conservative candidate and chief of staff to Tory leadership contender David Davies.
Iain's own blog makes this clear, unfortunately the Comment is free blog does not and you could read it that Iain is simply a prominent political blogger rather than a Tory blogger deliberately setting out to cause trouble.
Not very open, transparent or honest.
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Stuart Bruce - Wolfstar |
July 07, 2006 at 12:06 PM
Stuart, that's rubbish. My page on Comment is Free says all the things you accuse me of hiding! You might like to apologise.
Iain Dale |
July 07, 2006 at 10:49 PM
Iain, if you read what I actually wrote it is The Guardian I am criticising. Your blog is very clear about saying who you are - you don't need to hunt for it or click on anything.
Comment is free isn't clear about showing who the authors are. It is probably obvious to everyone who reads this blog - but isn't to some/many of the people who read Comment is free.
For work I've recently been doing small focus groups looking at how people use blogs etc and Comment is free is one we looked at - lots of people who don't read blogs regularly don't know to click on the name for information about the author.
Stuart Bruce - Wolfstar |
July 08, 2006 at 07:01 AM
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