Weekend HeraldOriginally uploaded by Editor_Tupp. Rather a dull affair again. (Wiki Raw Notes) Like eating potato waffle after potato waffle, reading the Herald is journalistically un-nutritious, without any of the racy deep-fried-mars-bar lunacy of a full blown tabloid.
I'm aware that I'm being shown up by my fellow Rounders, but I intend to catch up with a mighty burst of Raw Noting this weekend. In the meantime, I'd just like to drizzle some half finished thoughts onto your screen. Mostly, what started out as a bit of a lark has ended up being a bit more serious.
Well we're stuck into the raw reports now, and no mistake. But while we regroup and gird ourselves for the big push to the next level (who knows what surprises the Sunday Indo will have for us?) I thought I'd do a simple bit of linking. In truth, I've been doing research anyway for the essay that will eventually emerge from all this raw info.
After a very pleasant, though surprisingly wearing, trawl through yesterday's papers it was agreed by all those present to meet again the following day in the same spot (Westin Mezzanine, or Atrium as styled by some) at 2pm. So if you're in town pop in and prepare to be handed a Sunday supplement to ponder.
Piaras Kelly thinksIt isn’t hard to think why some people hold blogs in such disdain given the fact that there’s all this chatter about the phrase ‘Web 2. 0?, but in terms of some of the biggest stories which have been in the news recently such as the Afghan hunger strikers in St Patricks Cathedral, Irish bloggers have been relatively silent.