Frances Weaver

Close Encounters

Catcalling isn't so bad — until it crosses the line

A Fever that Doesn’t Last

Cyber-activism spreads quickly and reaches many, but the lack of risk involved means it is largely superficial

What Women (Don’t) Want

A new feminist force on Twitter attempts to attack the sexism in the media that most female political candidates face

Speaking Truth to Power?

'To Assange, privacy is an accomplice to conspiracy, and should always be violated to shine a light on the lives of those in power'

Save, Save and Save Again

Even new publishing technology can't save a writer from disaster

Viva la e-revolución!

The ego has landed, as Hugo Chávez signs up to Twitter

Democracy in Action

There is a battle between old and new media in this General Election - but which will win?

Netizens’ Rights

'Unfortunately for their leaders, some 384 million Chinese netizens who help to make up one-fifth of mankind are expressing their views, just not through the leaders' mouths'

Too Much Information

We were obsessed — but what did Baghdad bloggers think of the Chilcot Inquiry?

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"