The pleasure of anonymity

There’s something reassuring about the idea that not many people read your stuff. You have greater freedom of expression, you don’t necessarily have to agonise about every single word (only every other one). It’s quite nice really.

So I’m a little bit worried to discover that my review of last year’s series of Charlie Brooker’s Screen Wipe is not only listed on his Wikipedia entry, it’s also linked to from the BBC4 Screen Wipe page. Should I have been quite so harsh? Should I have accentuated even more positives?

It’s all most upsetting.