I’m starting a brand new series for The Observer New Review and The Guardian today called Untangling the web, in which I look at some of the greatest social implications of the World Wide Web. It’s a pretty awesome series that I’m very excited about, including a fortnightly column in the paper and an ongoing blog on the Guardian networks. Keep an eye on the official page, and the regularly updated Tumblr for an ongoing reporter’s notebook.

Here’s the official blurb, from the official site:

How has the most revolutionary innovation of our time – the Internet – transformed our world? What does it mean for the modern family? How has it changed our concepts of privacy? Of celebrity? Of love, sex and hate?

The online version of Untangling the Web is the collection of interviews, links, photos, videos and brainstorms that feed into Aleks Krotoski’s fortnightly Observer column. Every other Sunday, the next topic will be revealed. Feel free to contribute your ideas on each in the comments of the blog post, by email to aleks.krotoski.freelance + at + guardian.co.uk or via Twitter, by tagging your tweets with #UTTW or @aleksk.