This catches my eye. It sounds a pertinent warning to bloggers, as much as any other communicators.
"Certainly, it’s hard to imagine any successor providing a Dostoevskian reading of the Leveson Inquiry (he once told David Cameron he should read more of the great Russian novelist). “Dostoevsky is an amazing analyst of cliché, of the half-thought, and the half-feeling of politics, Right and Left. But what Dostoevsky is pushing at us all the time is that you are responsible for a great deal more than you know. You are answerable for the people you want to ignore. That cuts both ways. You may find that the words you used innocently are actually responsible for pushing someone else into despair or violence.” "