Old Taxes and New Ministers

What a week! We found out that LIT is now in a coma for at least two years, that Ministers happily accept invitations to resign, that Glasgow has new MSP and that the Treaty of Rome’s provisions for the free movement of people which got people so riled last week doesn’t actually apply if the […]

Are social networks where the real conversations are happening?

You might have guessed that I am quite a big fan of blogging. As such, I often forget that the blogosphere isn’t the only place where people might be having an interesting discussion. The past few years have seen the incredible rise of social networking sites like MySpace, Bebo and Facebook. Undoubtedly, such websites these […]