Archive for the 'Blogging' Category

Blogging in danger

March 19, 2013

The cobbled-together plans for British press regulation stray far beyond Leveson’s recommendations, to include blogs and other websites.
As Index on Censorship says:

“Bloggers could find themselves subject to exemplary damages in court, due to the fact that they were not part of a regulator that was not intended for them in the first place. This mess of legislation has been thrown together with alarming haste: there’s little doubt we’ll repent for a while to come.”


Happy New Snakeskin

January 1, 2013

We’re online – with an issue I’m rather proud of.

Poetic New year wishes to all our readers.

August Snakeskin is online

August 1, 2011

This is a double issue, so I’ve packed it with poems, every one a gem.

There will be no Snakeskin at the start of September (because I’m likely to be busy with other matters) but do please continue to send poems. I’d like a bulging postbag to select from in October.

The Snakeskin blog will contine, of course, publishing irregular news snippets, rants and even poems. Please do keep on logging on.


December 1, 2010

The Portraits and Self-portraits number is now online.
Huge thanks to David Graham for guest-editing it so efficiently, and making my job of setting up the webpages very easy.
I realise I haven’t blogged here since November 1st.
Memo to self: Don’t bottle up those rants. Express yourself here.
As I get increasingly Scrooge-like with the approach of Xmas, expect some seething here.


January 14, 2010

I tried out one look for the blog, with three columns, but decided that it was a bit inflexible. This style is simpler, but I’m not entirely convinced about it yet. Any suggestions or comments would be welcomed.