I learnt to listen to people's words - words they use often, words they hold onto, words they just can't say. Because it is these words that reveal the intrinsic values of a person.
Even with the comfort of the HELP-scheme-blanket beneath your feet, after spending 3+ years working to earn a very expensive piece of paper, you'd hope that you end up with a high-paying job to make it worth your while.
What it means to be 'in the moment' has now expanded to include a small fragment of time wherein a documentation of that moment is captured.
Digital Ethnography Findings
Public speaking, for whatever reason, has always been something that I am not confident doing... I had to learn how to become comfortable with the uncomfortable - and this was not a linear process.
Today, we live in a world dominated by screens. They're in our homes, schools, offices, shopping centres, petrol stations, bars, airports - you name it.…
When we engage with social media, we are engaging with the documentations of people's real-life experiences - whether that be an article, a tweet, an instagram story, or a facebook post.