BitchBuzz: The Honest Women’s Magazine

For ten years, if not more, I have been searching for reading material that is both easy to digest and also appealing. After buying many well-known women's glossies in my late teens and early 20s, I came to the conclusion that the majority of the content is massively recycled and there really are very few... Continue Reading →

Inspiring, not pointless

I've said it before and I'll say it again, the internet is a fantastic place to socialise, chat and meet new people. What Zoe Williams may think of as "pointless messing about" is, to me, about building new friendships and maintaining existing ones. If didn't exist, I would never have met a whole host... Continue Reading →

The wonders of Formspring

When I first saw Formspring, I thought it sounded like a great idea. However, asking people questions with the opportunity to be anonymous can be hit and miss. On the receiving end (so to speak), either you get some wonderful questions or some really sleazy ones. On the other end, you're either inspired or at... Continue Reading →

What Katie Wore

As 9.30am approached, I was squashed into lift number one at Goodge Street tube station, listening to a guy behind me mock his colleague for saying that fitting us all in there was "just like Tetris". This made me smile. Then I left the station and discovered that the sun had started to peep out... Continue Reading →

Meeting people off of the internet

From the archives: On Saturday 20th September 2003, as I was preparing to attend the first (as far as I know) Manchester lomomeet, I pondered the joys of meeting people you don't know off of the internet... "It was then suggested, by someone who shall remain nameless, that these people may not be as entertaining... Continue Reading →

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