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Once upon a time long ago, blogs were criticized for making us all more narcissistic and self-obsessed...And now, the fabled "third wall" of self-referentiality has been breached: a lengthy blog post pondering the implications of a writer's retweet
It all started out quite innocently, with jokes about the Queen's perma-frown and GIF collections of weird, what-the-Dickens moments from the opening ceremony. From there, however, the Twitter conversation about the London Olympics has taken a rapid
11 Click to rate Rating (0) DM trying to claim credit for more internet humour...LulzMobile, England, 01/8/2012 12:07 Click to rate Rating (0) Looks more like athletes constipationt but given me an idea...how about a f@rting event?....
Cheryl Cole has shown her support for Olympic diver Tom Daley after he was sent abuse on twitter after a recent competition. After missing out on a medal, Cheryl sent him a public message via the micro-blogging website...But first you need to follow
July 31, 2012 A man looks at a computer monitor showing the and old (L) and new (R) Twitter logos. A Twitter user criticized a diver for failing to win. (Douglas E. Curran/AFP/Getty Images) British police have arrested a man who criticized a diver
31 July 2012 Reece Messer pictured at 14: His family say he needs help Police admitted last night that they are being dragged into too many Twitter disputes as a row raged over the decision to arrest a youth who abused Olympic diving star Tom Daley.
Letters Twitter clampdown threat to free speech Most of us will be repulsed by the Twitter message sent to Tom Daley , but we should be more disturbed by the police arrest of the culprit ( Teenager arrested over malicious tweets sent to Tom Daley ,
The fact that there are difficult questions does not mean that such abuse should be a matter for the criminal law.' Illustration: Belle Mellor Where in the real world do Olympians, politicians and celebrities mingle with the sad and the bad, the
A U.K. teenager was arrested and cited for harassment Tuesday for posting malicious Twitter messages directed at British Olympic diver Tom Daley, police said. The first tweet told Daley he had let down his dad with his fourth-
A teenage boy was arrested in Weymouth after sending hateful tweets to Olympic diver Tom Daley for missing out on a medal in the 2012 London Olympics. In a series of tweets, the 17-year-old accused Daley of being overhyped and letting down his