Tag Archives: jason o’mahony

Worth Reading 112: Emergency link supply

Have slipped in collecting links for a while, but here’s the latest smorgasbord from around the web. Andrew Neil – these are your climate errors on BBC Sunday Politics – Once again, Andrew Neil lies about science to bolster his own beliefs and mislead viewers. Free to schmooze – Interesting post by Alex Marsh on […]

Worth Reading 102: Top of the Empire State

So, how would Dáil Éireann deal with a post-apocalyptic scenario? – Jason O’Mahony asks the question for the Irish political system, and I’m sure someone can fill in the blanks for the British one. A slice of London so exclusive even the owners are visitors – A look at who lives in some of the […]

Worth Reading 99: If you liked it, then you should have stuck a flake in it

There’s either been not enough or too many things being written on the internet recently, but here’s some of the more recent ones I’d recommend taking a look at. The Shame of Selling Yourself – Stuart Millard on the hard tasks faced by a self-promoting self-published author. Beware the New Fascism. You might not even […]

Worth Reading 84: Linkcrime

The Problem With Liberal Democrats In Government – That sound you hear? Jennie Rigg hitting a nail perfectly on the head. Let’s end this Christmas Psalms Race – Jim Jepps has some entirely reasonable suggestions for keeping Christmas entirely within December. Welcome to Pyongyang – Simon Titley discusses Liberal Democrat internal democracy on Liberator’s blog. […]

Worth Reading 83: Able Archer

North Korea, Ireland, UKIP, revolutions and the end of the world. Enjoy. Don’t be fooled: UKIP is not a libertarian party – Alex Massie in the Spectator points out what should be obvious, but ‘libertarian’ has been so abused, people sadly think they are. Stand Still for the Apocalypse – Chris Hedges on the latest […]

Worth Reading 63: Welcome to Glastonbury

It seems the internet wrote many good things while I was away on holiday: Dudes, Relax: The Rise Of Women Does Not Mean the Fall of Men – Jezebel’s Lindy West dissects a piece of male whining. How To Get Doping Out Of Sports – A very frank piece from Jonathan Vaughters, boss of the […]

Worth Reading 59: Alaska, Cuba and Hawaii

With my usual timeliness, containing Jubilee-related posts: It’s time to demolish the myth about Tony Blair – Owen Jones on Blair’s real legacy The real meaning of the Jubilee – “Marks and Spencer have taken flag-worship to such absurd, vomit-inducing levels, I can only assume an invasion of Waitrose is imminent.” SpaceX Space Cadets Predictably […]

Worth Reading 55: Later to be replaced by J2O

Chateau Sucker – Fascinating article from New York magazine about fraud amongst high-end wine connoiseurs. (via) Angela’s Choice – Jason O’Mahony posits that the history of the next fifty years will be determined by what Angela Merkel decides Germany’s path through the Euro crisis will be. Colchester’s Tipping Point – A perspective on town centre […]

Worth Reading 51: Outside the area

None of these links were placed here by small grey aliens from Zeta Reticuli. That must be true, the Men In Black told me so. It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen – Flying Rodent imagines an Orwellian version of the Scottish Premier League. Facebook Social Readers Are […]

The Ministry of Love by Jason O’Mahony (2011 book #29)

I think this may be the first time I’ve read a novel by a blogger (as opposed to reading the blogs of novelists) but if others are up to this standard, then I might have to find more. The Ministry Of Love is, as far as I’m aware, only available as an e-book from Amazon […]