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I like the fact that The Guardian use the example of 'fried chicken shops' as a barometer for an area's undesirability. For me it's the complete opposite...
YEAH IT'S JUNIOR SPESH
perched on top of the multistorey car park. It's a pop-up, natch, so be warned – it might have popped off by the time you arrive.
"only there until the end of September"
^the graun in July 09
That's not in the spirit of pop up.
If it's gona be pop up, I want plenty of this:
Been a couple on my Twitter too, its 2 months old.
Well, partly. It does seem to have created a weird kind of Old News feedback loop – because when you read an article, it posts it to the newsfeed, and then other people see the title and click it, and then it posts to their newsfeed, and...
might not be that. Might be something entirely different. In the same way that every few months the BBC News website's Most Read list will be made up of six-year-old stories.
The BBC thing is surely email chains reaching the top of their cycles, then once they're in the most read, they tend to stay there because of their weird headlines.
Mentioned it in another thread yesterday. It's weird. Why do people install it?
i really don't want to use it, so when people post things that look interesting i sometimes go and search for them on the guardian website, but they usually turn out to be about two years old and not actually very interesting at all and WHAT A LOT OF WASTED EFFORT
if you just click ''no thanks'' or whatever the button is, it just re-directs you to the article.
if you don't have fb platform turned on, most of this shit stays at arms length.
if you pretend otherwise, you're just as twatty as the people you're mocking.
ok, not furore, but yknow.