Andrew Marvell’s ‘Horatian Ode’ provides a fascinating story in the aftermath of one of the most ‘climacteric’ episodes in English history. What if it was a private poem, and not written for circulation? … More Measuring Privacy: An Horatian Ode
The public face of this election has suddenly threatened to turn it into one of the low points in my experience of British politics rather than the high I had hoped for. … More Privacy and Elections
The new temptation is no longer a stray drink or takeaway but new forms of social networking.