On outrage, Twitter and food-shaming

I still love Twitter. Every few months or so, there’ll be a rash of articles about how it’s haemorrhaging users and is dying a feeble, protracted death, in the manner of Beth from Little Women. And the criticisms are usually spot-on. Despite various tweaks and algorithm changes, it still lacks an “edit Tweet” function –… Continue reading On outrage, Twitter and food-shaming

Eat, drink and be merry

This was an amazing dinner. Food guilt? What food guilt? Can everyone stop wanging on about ‘clean eating’ please? (When I say ‘everyone’, the people who’ll know who I’m referring to will be the people – probably women, yes – who, like me, spend their internet time flitting between Twitter, the Guardian, and Instagram. No,… Continue reading Eat, drink and be merry