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17 JUNE 2012

NeverSeconds blogger Martha Payne school dinner photo ban lifted

"A controversial ban preventing a nine–year–old girl from photographing her school meals has been lifted following a storm of protest on the internet. Martha Payne, from Argyll, has now recorded more than three million hits on her NeverSeconds blog. Argyll and Bute Council said press coverage of the blog had led catering staff to fear for their jobs. But council leader Roddy McCuish later told the BBC he had instructed senior officials to lift the ban immediately. The schoolgirl's father, David Payne, who helped her set up the blog, welcomed the decision. Martha began publishing photographs of her Lochgilphead Primary School lunches on 30 April. Martha Payne's father, David: ''It (the ban) was disappointing''. She gave each meal a 'food–o–meter' and health rating, and counted the number of mouthfuls it took her to eat it."

(BBC News, 15 June 2012)

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Simon Perkins
03 MAY 2012

Sandra Mardin's Lofidelica

"Lofidelica is a personal blog that I've been running since 2005, initially via blogspot and later migrated to tumblr. In the beginnings, I used the blog to post weekly playlists, reviews and posts related to my radio shows at Kanal 103 in Skopje, Macedonia. Thus, you're likely to stumble across some playlists in the archives of this blog (10/2009–10/2010). The radio show stopped running in 2010 after I moved to the UK.

Today, I use the blog to assemble my writing and projects across different platforms, as an online portfolio. Besides music, I also blog and reblog anything that interests me in culture, design, semiotics, trends, insight, advertising, research etc."

(Sandra Mardin)

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2005 • advertising blogging • blog • blog to assemble • blogger • Blogspot • design bloggingephemera • interests me in culture • Kanal 103 • Lofidelica • Macedonia • music blogging • music reviews • online portfoliopersonal blogplaylistradio showreblog • research blogging • semiotics • Skopje • trendsTumblrUK

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Simon Perkins
02 JULY 2010

Martin Klasch: Weblog of vintage design ephemera

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advertisingblogbloggerbrandingcollectionculture • cutaway illustration • designdesign blogdiagramephemerafanillustrationimagesinformation aestheticsinstructional designInternet • Martin Klasch • Musselsoppans Vänner • online collectionpop-culture • Porsche • stuffSwedenvintagevisual communicationvisual designvisualisationweblog

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Simon Perkins
12 FEBRUARY 2010

Google Buzz: more sharing and integrating through Gmail

"Google Buzz ...automatically brings social networking into Gmail and the rest of the Google–sphere. Whether or not you're big on social networking sites like Twitter or Facebook, Buzz offers a somewhat new and intriguing approach."

(Adam Pash, 9 February 2010, Lifehacker)

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Simon Perkins
28 MAY 2009

Putin Tightens Control over Internet

"Reuters has reported that this week President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree which will merge the state media oversight body Rosokhrankultura, with the federal telecommunications and IT watchdog, Rossvyaznadzor, which many believe represents an attempt to extent the Kremlin's strict media control to online sources, targeting bloggers and news websites. Both of these organizations have a history of harassing media outlets.

Under Putin's rule, independent publishers have mostly been taken over by Kremlin–friendly businessmen. The domestic media are under heavy pressure not to criticize the government, making journalists suspicious of any official initiative. "
(James on robertamsterdam.com, 16 March 2007)

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authorshipbloggercontrolimpartialityindependent publishersInternetjournalism • media control • media publishingmonitoringregulation • Rosokhrankultura • Russia • Russian Federation • surveillancetelecommunicationsVladimir Putin

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Simon Perkins
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