No doubt he will edit the page shortly and add the word "beta" to justify his newly appointed "Cluevoid of the Week" award. Also rather amusing that this man who says Labour "get" the Internet would have a Twitter profile that blocks anyone from following him. How webliciously 2.0!
UPDATE: Bless his cotton socks, Tom Miller, has posted a "rebuttal" to the post about Google searches. He notes that if a web user takes the time to click the "pages from the UK" button on Google UK Labour List is top. Problem is, most people don't do that initially.
Meanwhile Derek Draper, who doesn't care about what bloggers might think because he's building a site for 60 million people don't you know, has posted this Twitter update.
Let's just remind ourselves of what Derek said on Saturday night when he was
Don't any of you realise that I don't care what you think? Why would I? Why should I?In the words of Jim Royle. Don't care my arse!
Update II: Another rebuttal from Miller, amusingly noting that Twitter updates for Draper are automatic but he is the editor. That would be the man in charge of editorial control who says he doesn't care about what people say but then approves the post anyway. Heh! Now I must go to my basement.