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Rusbridger’s Dementia

One of the nice things you can do on WordPress is see which of your articles people are reading. With 177 articles up so far, I find this most useful since many of them I can’t even remember writing. One … Continue reading

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Rusbridger: “This is the most Terrible Campaign”

Alex Cull has just published a transcript of the latest episode of the Graun’s Podcast of Doom at https://sites.google.com/site/mytranscriptbox/2015/20150327_gn The original podcast can be found at http://www.theguardian.com/environment/audio/2015/mar/27/podcast-biggest-story-climate-change-campaign-episode3-audio A million thanks Alex. These documents are truly amazing. It’s like listening to … Continue reading

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Rusbridger’s Balls

Alex Cull has recently published two wonderfully weird transcripts of podcasts at Guardian Environment, at https://sites.google.com/site/mytranscriptbox/2015/20150312_gn and at https://sites.google.com/site/mytranscriptbox/2015/20150319_gn They confirm something we’ve all suspected for years. The editor and top journalists of a major newspaper have gone stark raving … Continue reading

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Chambers v the Guardian: Press Complaints Commission’s Decision

My complaint to to the Press Complaints Commission about an article by Dana Nuccitelli in the Guardian which accused Frontiers of giving in to bullying in retracting Lewandowsky’s “Recursive Fury” paper has been rejected. This is their decision. (emphasis mine). … Continue reading

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Guardian Correspondence (2)

This is the reply I received 29 April 2014 from the Guardian Readers’ Editor: Dear Mr Chambers, The role of the readers’ editor is, indeed, to investigate a complaint and come to a conclusion. When we have come to a conclusion … Continue reading

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Foxgoose, McIntyre & Me v. Nuccitelli (and the Cook that spoils the broth)

[See Update 23 April 2014 at the end]  Here’s a correspondence I’ve been having with the Readers’ Editor at the Guardian: From Geoff Chambers to Guardian Readers’ Editor 30 March 2014: Dear Readers’ Editor,  I’m writing to complain about this … Continue reading

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“Passionate Collaboration” or: Forty Shades of Green

John Vidal, the Guardian’s Environmental editor, who can write an eyewitness report on the effects of climate change in Tanzania (complete with desperate quotes from the locals) while staring out of the plane window on a flight to Pretoria, has … Continue reading

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