Data retention: an unworkable law devised in bad faith

You should probably know, dear readers, that a journalist information warrant to secure data retention for this website does not exist and is not currently being applied for. This statement may now render me liable to two years in an Australian prison. Sorry to any regular readers who don't like partisan rants. Leave the page now. Normal service … Continue reading Data retention: an unworkable law devised in bad faith

Fourcultures – the most popular posts of 2009

Many thanks to everyone who's read these pages over the year that's now ending. Fourcultures is now being read more than 2,000 times a month. And just in case you missed them, the most popular posts of 2009 are as follows: The Four Cultures of Marketing Ethics Grid-Group Cultural Theory: a way of trying not … Continue reading Fourcultures – the most popular posts of 2009

Ten Thousand Views of Fourcultures

Quite unheralded, this website has achieved a small milestone. Yes, one of you kindly gave Fourcultures its ten thousandth view. If Fourcultures mentioned popular blog-friendly things, this would clearly be extremely small-beer, but since we focus on Grid-Group Cultural Theory, it's an achievement of sorts... Thanks for reading and commenting. Here's to the next ten … Continue reading Ten Thousand Views of Fourcultures

Normal service is about to be resumed

Thanks for staying put while my computer had a very big melt down, while I reset my system with Ubuntu, and while floods and storms meant my broadband connection was down  for several days. It's enough to make me embarrassed to be mentioning the phrase 'resilient systems'. But fear not, Fourcultures is back online and … Continue reading Normal service is about to be resumed