Twenty years ago, if you replied to someone’s question with the phrase “just Google it”, you would have received a blank stare, quickly followed by a comment regarding your wellbeing. Fast forward to 2006 and the word “Google” was officially recognised in the Oxford English Dictionary. But while the iconic
I still remember sitting in my bedroom just staring at my computer screen. I was 21. I had been writing for The Tab, a national student paper, for two years, and there I was, watching as a torrent of insults gathered about me online. Of course, I wasn’t the first
There is a worryingly low number of women on the sports desks of the UK’s national newspapers, and even though news organisations say they are free of gender bias, the situation isn’t improving fast enough. The argument that women aren’t on sports desks simply because of their sex is outdated.