Tag: Social media

Tenants uniting?

For a long time we have thought of the private rented sector as the most disorganised part of the housing market. Most properties were let by small landlords who owned one or two properties. Very few landlords belonged to any form of trade association, although around half let […]

Keeping up with Alex’s Archives

New for 2013: we’re now more multi-platform that ever before. This blog has had a Facebook page for more than a year. A small, perfectly formed and slowly increasing group of readers follow the blog, and occasionally comment, over there. For a while I’ve also been posting to […]

The media and the subversion of democracy

The media, both old and new, is currently under intense scrutiny. Last week James Murdoch was back before the Media Select Committee, making his bid for the title of least inquisitive Chief Executive in corporate history. On Monday we witnessed a fascinating encounter between the Joint Parliamentary Committee […]

We’ve gone multi-platform

Alex’s Archives now has a Facebook page. If you prefer to keep up with posts through FB, rather than through subscribing to the blog directly, we’re good to go. So give us a Like. There’s a FB button on the top right of the screen or a box […]