Wednesday, July 18, 2012

George Laird keeps pulling in the big names, BBC, OECD, Houses Of Parliament, Irish Government, all keen to read how future history should be shaped














Dear All

In the beginning, this blog in its first year of scribbling away; got in the region of 10 thousand people stopping by.

As time went on and I got more practice, it jumped in the second year to 60 thousand.

Some cybernats call this blog largely ignored and poorly written.

So, periodically, I put up some of the institutions who stop by to see what the George Laird opinion is.

Here are some of the recent organisations that have visited.

From the BBC to OECD, from the Houses of Parliament to Dreamworks Animation SanFrancesco, from collges to uni’s, from banking to Councils, even the Irish Government have turned up.

Slaughter And May, London international law firm (81.144.140.102)

University Of Manchester (130.88.155.64)

Glasgow Caledonian University (193.62.251.13)

Barclays Bank Plc, London (157.83.125.12)

Lockheed Martin Corporation, Denver USA (192.31.106.158)

Dreamworks Animation Skg San Francesco (208.71.59.32)

University Of Strathclyde, Glasgow (130.159.12.30)

Houses Of Parliament, London (194.60.38.10)

British Broadcasting Corporatio, London (132.185.144.122)

Page White & Farrer London (62.49.88.89)

British Broadcasting Corporation, London (132.185.144.123) Again!

Pricewaterhousecoopers Gts Uk, London (164.143.244.33)

University Of London Federal Library Coordinating (194.66.92.69)

Societe Libanaise Pour Le Developpement Et La Reco, Lebanon

University Of Newcastle Upon Tyne (128.240.233.197) Newcastle upon Tyne

University Of Manchester (130.88.141.237)

Dell Computers (163.244.62.211)

Andover College, Andover, England (212.219.143.50)

Campus Network For University Of Warwick (137.205.80.226)

British Broadcasting Corporation, London (132.185.144.124)

Business, Enterprise And Regulatory Reform, London (164.36.44.4)

Investment Property Databank Ltd, London (62.173.89.34)

Comic Relief, London (62.6.159.62)

Istituto Internazionale Per L'unificazione Diritto, Rome (94.86.67.62)

Newsquest Media Group Ltd (93.174.8.253)

Imperial College London (155.198.236.109)

London Metropolitan University (163.167.121.62)

Irish Government (137.191.228.162)

University Of Cambridge (131.111.216.48)

Imperial College London (155.198.232.19)

The University Of Bristol (137.222.21.161)

British Broadcasting Corporation, London (132.185.240.124)

Edinburgh University (129.215.25.208)

Health & Safety Executive, Liverpool (81.144.162.227)

Jpmorgan Chase & Co. Hong Kong (170.148.132.135)

Associated Newspapers Ltd, London (195.234.243.2)

Oecd - Organisation For Economic Co-operation And Development (78.41.129.27)

Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam (194.171.7.38)

Campus Network, Cork, Ireland (143.239.81.229)

Council Of The Baltic Sea States, Stockholm (213.115.141.244)

Houses Of Parliament, London (194.60.38.198)

Queen Mary And Westfield College, London (138.37.96.139)

University Of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland (193.167.240.205)

Glasgow City Council (195.11.198.1)

Enjoy!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

5 comments:

Longshanker said...

Sometimes you help me make my mind up the other way George, but whenever there's something bothering me about SNP stories of the day, I like to check out what you've had to say.

Keep up the good work.

Regards

Barbarian of the North said...

Just proves that you do not need a fancy layout. What counts is the content.

One thing I like about your articles is that they tend to be written in plain English.

You never know George. Given the current situation that the Referendum will fail, the SNP - or it's successor - will be looking for fresh blood. Perhaps they will start paying more attention to those who live in the real world.

George Laird said...

Dear Barb

I like campaigning, I know I am good at it, but given the current problems of abuse I have experienced in the SNP, I am on the sidelines.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

George Laird said...

Dear Longshanker

If the SNP had went with my ideas, they would have got more than the miserable 27 seats at Glasgow City Council election.

In the end, it was a disastrous campaign, disastrous manifesto lacking real George Laird vision and substance. Glasgow had to be done as a special and local campaign.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

Anonymous said...

thank fuck they did not listen to you George because if the did win they would have still done it there way

cjm