Think this has now become a Monday evening rather than Sunday night thing.
Guardian video package on RUC torture of Northern Irish citizens
Come Here To Me! talks about Dublin early on a Sunday morning. Last time I got up early of a Sunday I walked past three different sets of people snorting coke in shop doorways. Classy.
Mark Pollack: emerging from Hell…
I woke at 4 a.m. Silence has replaced the menagerie of beeps and alarms and groans of my open-plan home for the last couple of months. I am spending my first night in the rehab ward and the initial difference from the acute ward is the sound. For the moment I am in a single room, away from the din of the 6 bed bay of before. In a matter of days, alongside my physical relocation, my mind has moved to a significantly more positive place.
I wrote the above paragraph only hours after I posted my last blog, which detailed how my fight was waning. But, after my short reprieve from infections (enough of a reprieve for me to insist I be moved from the acute ward), on day 1 in rehab I was exhausted… another infection was brewing.
Promo for The Boat Factory play set in Belfast. Via Alan’s blog.
Krishna Guru-Murthy of Channel 4 defends bloggers from under-informed journalist.
Arab-American student finds FBI tracking device on his car, tells the interwebz.
The New Yorker on an emerging media mogul who has built his growing empire on being anti-media mogul.
Vidjoe: South Korea’s coffin academy…
New Left Media’s Chase Whiteside lets Tea Party attendees answer questions. There are hilarious (and often offensive, unfortunately) results.