Author Archives: Andrew Regan

About Andrew Regan

A software developer from Brighton, Andrew's love of technology and political blogging led him to create Bloggers4Labour back in 2005. His latest project, Poblish, is an international and non-partisan hub for political data. By mining and visualising blog content in new and innovative ways, we can maximise its value, and take blogging to a whole new level.

No 3: Assertion-flagging: for less partisan, prejudiced blogging

Tweet Most political bloggers are motivated to fight what they see as bigotry, prejudice, and ill-informed, unjustifiable assertion. This is a fine and noble cause, because the spreading of false beliefs – without the evidence to support them – is … Continue reading

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