Just a few quick points. I would expect today's protest
to be enormous, at least
as large as last week's very angry demonstration. Despite the attempted pressure on us from the government to stop the march, it is going ahead, and it will converge outside the Israeli embassy. Even so, we can't expect a fair hearing from the media. Because of this, I think it's a good idea that the StWC has launched this initiative
, a website to which you can upload photographs from your mobile. It goes live at mid-day. Those who can't be there, or at any of the other demonstrations happening across the UK, will at least be able to get a sense of what is happening without necessarily relying on the BBC. For my part, I'll be doing a bit of mobile blogging and, if that doesn't work, using the 'Twitter Updates' in the sidebar. If all goes well, pics taken on my mobile will periodically appear throughout the day. You still have to wait until early evening for the good stuff, however.
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