Entries from December 2011

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

The future of media: drone journalism

We use them to help take out the Taliban’s leadership (with more or less accuracy) – but there is a more noble potential mission for the unmanned reconnaissance aircraft. Yes – drone journalism. Get those radio-controlled suckers in the air and use their onboard cameras to help the fourth estate carry out its role to […]

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Sorry – THIS is the idiotic spam email of the week…

The offer from “Whitney Meyer” of $50 for a spam link in a post specifically saying I am not interested in taking money for spam links was good. But “Carrie Oakley” has gone one better. She picked the post I used to say Whitney was an idiot for picking such an inappropriate post as her chosen vehicle for a plug […]

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Idiotic spam email of the week

Just arrived in the Freelance Unbound inbox – an almost irresistible offer from “Whitney Meyer” for inserting spam links into this very blog. Dear Freelance Unbound, I just got done reading your “Bribery and corruption? Sadly, I think you have the wrong blog…” and I found it really interesting! Do you do advertising? I’m marketing […]

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

Remembrance Day still matters to Farnham residents

Nearly a century after the end of World War One, Farnham residents believe Poppy Day has as much relevance to them and their children as ever, while young British men and women fight abroad for their country. Jack Keene reports for UCA Journalism News. [NB: so, that Posterous syndication is still working, then. I thought […]