Online dating is fun. I’ve done it. Before I was in a relationship that is. When I was engaging in it, I found it really entertaining to flick through and see the type of people that I would match up with. And I’m sure we’ve all been guilty of grabbing our friend’s phone and… Continue reading The Game of Love
It’s 2015. I’m working on a weekly show for a community radio station with an awesome team featuring 3 of the best people I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. Jess Pantou, Phoebe O’Brien and Ash Qama. If you don’t know their names yet, trust me, you will. All three of them are poised… Continue reading DIY Yourself
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?
The rain beat against the window of my office harder than usual. If I knew anything about days like this, I knew that something bad was headed my way. Bad things never happen on sunny days. She was already there when I walked in the room. A barely there dress revealing more than it concealed,… Continue reading blanc.
My hands are shaking. They’ve never shaken like this before. My heart is skipping beats. I can’t seem to catch my breath. This isn’t like that first night. I’m more worried than normal tonight. I have no idea why. It’s something that I’ve done plenty of times before, something I’ve done for years. What is… Continue reading Hudson
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