Tag Archives: The Sunday Times

Why the Sunday Sun is a No-Brainer

By | July 12, 2011

There’s lots of talk now that Murdoch is going to sell up his UK newspapers, all his newspapers, and that he’s not going to launch a Sunday edition of The Sun. They may all be true. But if he did any of those, he’d be throwing money away. Take a look at the readership figures, courtesy of the National… Read More »

Virus Hits British Defences

By | January 20, 2009

I wrote a couple of weeks ago about how KL’s airport information system had been infected by a virus. I shouldn’t have gotten so het up. Turns out that the UK’s air force and navy have bigger problems. ITV News reported on Friday that the Ministry of Defence’s computer network has been shut down “because of a mysterious… Read More »

Suspected Fraudsters Behind the Sony DRM Virus Arrested

By | June 27, 2006

Three men have been arrested in the UK and Finland following an investigation into internet fraud. The three are a motley bunch, according to The Sunday Times: a 63-year-old from England, a 28-year-old from Scotland and a 19-year-old from Finland. Together they are alleged to have formed a gang called M00P. They are accused of being behind a… Read More »

What Blogs Have Over Old Media

By | May 21, 2006

Blogs have at least one significant advantage over newspapers: They are naturally configured to make the source of information clear. Whether a blogger indicates it in words (“according to Loose Wire, the earth is spinning”) as well as a link to the original source, or just via a link embedded into the declaration, the reader can easily figure… Read More »