A glorious Daily Mash sums up the week’s main Twitter story (in the UK anyway). I enjoyed the C-R press release which very neatly makes us all feel that we were barking up the wrong tree and that the Guardian is at fault (NB all of that may be true, but it certainly didn’t feel that way). The question as to whether Twitter won the day is moot: who knows what happened behind the scenes out of the 140 character universe? As a route to getting some scrutiny of these secret injunctions, it has certainly been effective, and that is to be welcomed.
Nastier still, the Graun has been hit with another libel threat, this time about an article by Delwar Hussain: http://www.hurryupharry.org/2009/10/14/the-guardian-has-received-another-libel-threat/.
The Daily Mash can be quite glorious but I’m more inclined to Private Eye‘s constant substantive poking at Eady and Cart-**ck.