Posted on 4:43pm Monday 3rd February 2014
Sometimes when I'm reading my Brighton blog reader I feel weirdly voyeuristic, as some of the posts are very personal and yet I've never met the people involved.
Hello again! My blog resurfaces with this lovely musing on how powerful your local councillor actually is
Posted on 12:19pm Monday 27th January 2014
Good morning, and hello strangers - I am ressurecting my blog of the best of Brighton and Hove blogosphere.
Posted on 5:14pm Tuesday 20th October 2009
A quick one - Dan Wilson's take on why Brighton is Godless, in response to our story about the new vicar of St Peter's Church, Archie Coates, saying he wanted to transform Britain's "most Godless city" is well worth a read.
Posted on 4:20pm Friday 16th October 2009
When Jeremy Keith, aka @adactio, first noticed the funny jottings on what he dubs Brighton's "existentialist chalkboard" two years ago, he started taking pictures and compiling them into a Flickr album.
Posted on 11:54am Thursday 1st October 2009
This isn't really from a blog, but it's pretty cool, and it's been uploaded to YouTube, so I'm going to let it through.
Posted on 2:29pm Tuesday 18th August 2009
How do you travel around the city? Do you have any strong feelings about your daily commute? And are there any funny stories you'd like to share on the way?
Posted on 12:33pm Wednesday 12th August 2009
Today, New Media Age reports that the Daily Mail is to stop actively moderating reader comments - and by coincidence, one of our commenters, John Steed, has also asked us to clarify aspects of our policy, which is similar, so this seems like a good opportunity to blog about how we deal with comments on our site.
Posted on 1:37pm Friday 24th July 2009
Last night's result in the nail-biting Goldsmid by-election has, predictably, been the main topic of conversation on my barometer of Brighton and Hove's blogosphere, i.e. my Twitter followers.
Posted on 5:44pm Monday 15th June 2009
Brighton’s blogosphere is one of the most vibrant and diverse in the country. The range of subjects covered includes popular topics like politics, food and running, and also runs to the more whimsical, niche and downright cryptic.