The reporting on Iran has been skewed and an exhibition with art on the subject of Iraq has some interesting perspectives.
I love the Sunday Times Rich List.
Meejit's perspective from the United States.
Donal O'Kelly used to shy away from history's heroes, but his new play brings the leaders of the Rising to life. Harry Browne sees Operation Easter in rehearsals
Irish media ignored an Irish story that made it big internationally.
The murky world of the three P's - propaganda, politics and PR.
It was disgusting in a predictable sort of way that Britain's General “Sir” Mike Jackson had an obnoxious pop at hostage Norman Kember after his release.
If, as Samuel Johnson proclaimed, patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel, in our media it tends to be mainly sportswriting scoundrels who are permitted to seek asylum there. Lately it's been with page-one ostentation.
In and out of print, Meejit has been known to berate ideological foes, esteemed colleagues and shy students alike for over-reliance on the internet. Surfing so often results in lazy, lousy, lifeless journalism, not to mention the sort of junk that takes the odd posting to some web forum and turns it into, eg, a conspiracy to burn Dublin.
Fantasy football...what about fantasy journalism.