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I know that there’s a problem getting “yoof” interested in politics, but is a Hot or Not MP contest really the answer?
I’d say that the BBC had sunk to a new low, bar the fact that this is a product of Radio Five Live, which is already pretty low.
I think that tango dancers often suffer somethings of an inferiority complex, burdened as they are with the filmic image of a couple dancing an incredibly stylised dance. They both stirde down the hall joined arms outstreched, her with a rose between her teeth. Of course, the real dance is nothing like that bastardised form of ballroom tango. A new website – The History of Tango – 150 years of Tango Dance and Music History – makes a good job of laying out the history of this interesting dance.
Admittedly, it’s text-heavy and picture-light, but the words are worth reading.
This headline from the BBC warms the cockles of my genre-loving heart:
It just conjours visions of scientists gathered around a huge table, discussing the growing vampire threat….
(The real story is worth reading and noting, though.)
Bryant (of Population: One) has set up a new group gaming blog, which has got off to a good start:
I’ve been looking for a way to make the most of my limited blog posting time. This looks like a nice little tool:
It should allow my blog entries to automatically cross-post to my Livejournal too. Cool. I’ll be trying it our shortly.
I’ve been too busy with offline life to post for the last few days. You can see one of the reasons here.
On the way back to the office from the Expo, I accidentally blundered into the anti-Bush demo. Thoughtfully, I grabbed some pics for my loyal reader: