Over at The Guardian there seems to be two distinct schools of thought. One which tells us how great the digital world is ( Guardian Unlimited) and another where nothing is right ( Guardian extremely limited?)
Johnnie Moore rightly pointed to Jonathon Freedland's whine this week.
Right now, the internet is too often like a stuffy meeting room on a bad night. It needs to change if it's to live up to its democratic potential.
This weekend Tim Dowling has a go in his piece "Comedy of Manners".
Marina Hyde writes "New technology, new lows for our political discourse".
On the launch of Labourvision she agrees with the comment
"New Technology, same suck up".
Now depending on which box you tick on the ballot paper - you may agree. But surely that's up to the audience. Either they watch or they don't. Why do these rather full of themselves "real journo's" get so worked up about it? The Web is not perfect and neither are some of our national newspapers. Freedom of Speech anyone?