February 2006

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reporting a court case

When I came back it seemed the builders were here and put up an anti-pigeon net on the balcony. What a surprise. Last week, some activists from Leeds were in Edinburgh, conducting interviews for a book about Autonomy. This book is initiated by the Trapese collective and is said to be published by Pluto Books Read the full article…


Community Councils

Yesterday I was rung up and asked if I am interested in a position as a “community counsillor”. Which brings me a bit in a odd conflict. I haven’t yet followed the discussion about the whole new restructuring and development of decision-making in local communities. Also not sure if it is an (un)accountable, unelected position, Read the full article…


Podcasts

Podcasts

Listened to Democracy Now! and it included a brilliant interview with John Perkins, the author of the book “Confession of an Economic Hitman”. The On the Media podcast is brilliant as ever, this week it focussed on the government trying to substitute access of the press to governmental events by supplying them with press release Read the full article…


Picture Gallery

We are trying to produce a magazine for postgraduates at uni, and today my lovely Micah and me have set up a picture gallery for me to show my photography on the web. Unfortunately it is not as good as I would like it to be, firstly as money to use for new funky photography Read the full article…


Am ill today

I am ill today with headache, cold, period and so on. Anyways the Guardian has deleted my job application today, one day before the deadline, with already most of the forms filled in, only some questions about reviewing the newspapers and website remained. When my auntie worked at another less known newspaper, she already then Read the full article…