There were some there who would sell it off, some who would just abolish it, some who are just angry with it but don't have a solution, and some who would sack the CEO.
The use of crowdsourcing by Fairfax Media to uncover more MP expenses rorts is an example of the risks associated with media disengagment; idle hands find things to do and these are not always helpful to the government.
Recent media reports have depicted Tumblr as no more than a 'dark space' in which young people can access dangerous information on body image or self-harm.
All that it does here is push the homosexual agenda and pretend it has offered us some scholarly fact checking.
If every village has an idiot, and if Sydney is a village, then the idiot without peer is surely the former media giant, Fairfax.
A critical assessment of the ethics of Fairfax Media by the Australian Press Council confirms Fairfax's decision to follow the lead of News Corp in distorting 'news' for political ends.
Why would CAD wait until almost the last week of the election to tell a party that their ads could not go to air?
Word that Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is buying
The Washington Post might cause consternation in its newsroom, but uneasy journalists should read his annual shareholder letters.
Debate often degenerates into puerile and exaggerated invective over the most trivial matters, with the relentless pettiness feeding growing community cynicism.
And this is why the issue is one of gender equality rather than trolling, online bullying, or even cyberstalking.
Bradley Manning is a principled whistleblower and truth-teller who has been vilified and tortured – and Amnesty International needs to explain to the world why it has not adopted him as a prisoner of conscience.
Indeed we all face the danger of believing that because we use very personal devices like mobile phones to access the internet, it is automatically a secure environment.