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Christopher Fowler
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I'm often asked which London websites would I most recommend. So, in no particular order, here's where I think you can best go without going anywhere. There are plenty more sites I'd like to feature, so there will probably be a follow-up post to this at some point. 1. Don't Panic is a clever little site based on design, music and art that can be switched to a number of different British cities…
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Christopher Fowler
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I started this blog with the sole intention of discussing books, largely my own, but it clearly wasn't meant to be. I wasn't keen on the idea of too much navel-gazing and I don't get enough work published or broadcast to fill a daily blog. Besides, there are too many other things in which I'm interested. As the scope expanded, I kept running across blogs working in parallel to mine, run by like…
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Christopher Fowler
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Apparently, Michael Caine never said 'Not many people know that'. It was Peter Sellars. Democracy has found itself a new website. ICorrect has turned up to set the record straight about what people say and do in public. Here's how it describes itself on its site. ICorrect is the website to set the record straight. So far, the likes of Wikipedia and Google searches consist entirely of hearsays…
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