This article first appeared in the Brisbane Courier Mail SINCE when do adverts have better morals than real living, breathing people? Those bright little assaults on our senses that claim they’re no louder than the show we’re watching, but clearly are louder.
This article first appeared in the Herald Sun on Tuesday, April 18 Is there anything less like actual surfing, than surfing the internet? Messing around on the internet is nothing like paddling hard, then the euphoria of carving along a completely natural wall of water. If you don’t believe me, compare any competitor at the Read More
This article first appeared in the Brisbane Courier Mail LAST week, my flight was delayed because of air traffic, which I’ve never understood. One of the reasons I fly is to avoid traffic and there seems to be more space in the sky than on the ground. Rushing to the departure gate for my connection, Read More
This article first appeared on The Roar Hey Collingwood supporters, most other football supporters, and anyone who reads from the rear of the newspaper. You have to back off me and the rest of Daniel, Danny, Dan the big money making man. Or as I know him, Norm, because if you remember the old TV Read More
This article first appeared in the Adelaide Advertiser ARE you worried about terrorism? About the possibility that it might happen to you? Or someone you love? You shouldn’t be. It’s as unlikely as winning the lottery. Depending on what lottery you’re playing of course, and whether or not you bought a ticket.
This article first appeared in the Herald Sun Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, call it what you like but it ain’t social Almost everything online seems to be named badly. What’s more anti-social than social media? You do it alone, or if you’re surrounded by others, you ignore them. And it broadcasts to the online world what a Read More