I will be munbling at the Internet for Activists
conference tomorrow, on the subject of 'blogging for campaigns'. You can find me at room G2, SOAS, 14.30 - 15.45. I see Tim Ireland is on the panel, and rather suspect he will bring the big-hitting technical expertise. SOAS folks can also see me speak, on the subject of The Liberal Defence of Murder, at a Stop the War meeting next week. It starts at 5pm on Thursday 19th March, and takes place at the Khalili Lecture Theatre, on the lower ground floor of the SOAS building. Finally, though I am not speaking at it (blast the organisers) anyone attending Birkbeck's 'On the Idea of Communism' conference today (for which free tickets
are now available) might
find me loitering there. Not that you should try and approach me if you do - as I'm sure others will testify, I'm right stuck up.
Labels: blogging, imperial ideology, internet, stop the war coalition, the complete and utter works of richard seymour, the liberal defense of murder