This article first appeared in the Herald Sun on Monday, September 4 Each time my computer or phone stops due to some conflict, glitch, lack of software, or to perform a required update, I’m reminded of the perfection of my most prized electronic possession. That pinnacle of all things computer and game – the Atari 2600.
This article first appeared in the Brisbane Courier Mail GOOD news! You can stop worrying about climate change, terrorists, killer viruses and even housing prices. The robots will get us first. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and freshly released plaything of Amber Heard, and Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook and owner of all the grey V-necks, Read More
This article first appeared in the Brisbane Courier Mail IS “the selfie” the worst thing to happen to humanity in the last hundred years? If you forget parking meters, pop music and war – which is simple for most as our attention spans have shrunk to the size of sesame seeds – then the selfie Read More
This article first appeared in the Huffington Post It started when we followed you on Twitter, because why not? We follow Big Ben, the fake Donald Trump and most named weather events, so why not the online version of a grabby, racist uncle? Casual as a comb-over, you glided down an escalator and gave us Read More
This article first appeared in the Brisbane Courier Mail ONE simple thing I can do to solve a big problem, so I never worry about it again – I simply adore the idea of a quick fix. All my life I’ve battled with my weight, and have tried more diets than I’ve had hot dinners. Actually, Read More
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.