I’ve been thinking a lot about what sort of a person I am in terms of how I come across. Identity is something that really quite interests me. I once did a radio show centred around the idea of identity. It went fine. Thanks for asking. I was a bit of a latecomer to the… Continue reading Who the hell are you and why should I care?
Group 40: Ben Quigley Haohan (Maggie) Wong Mei (Annabel) Feng In the planning and brainstorming stage, the group had set up Google Drive and a Twitter chat group to share ideas. In the beginning, Ben proposed that each of us should individually create a short video related to surveillance, and then edit and combine into… Continue reading Frequent Locations
In an age where information is right at our fingertips, it’s not hard to believe that some people would try to use that to their advantage. According to a 2014 study of online piracy in Australia by Creative Content Australia, pirating film and television content online is increasing, with 29% of adults admitting they actively… Continue reading Yo ho, yo ho, a pirates life for Australia
Social media is a big part of our lives. According to the July 2016 compiled statistics courtesy of SocialMediaNews.com.au, there are at least 15,000,000 Facebook users in Australia. That’s a lot of people using the social media service, even if Dave won’t shut up about not being on it. We get it Dave, you want… Continue reading Happy Little Internet Points
Targeted advertising is a great way to get your product to the consumer the most likely to buy. For political parties, targeted advertising is an incredibly intelligent and effective way to find the voters that the party wants. Social media is becoming increasingly popular as a tool for gathering opinions, and this is no more… Continue reading We want you!