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. Ambient screens have allowed potentially anywhere to become a medium through which content can be displayed. But, where are they? What do we see on them? And, are people actually paying … Continue reading Screen Streets
Our social media pages are a constructed reality, rather than a representation of our real lives.
Research is unexpected. But it is surprising and fulfilling, and the ways in which it can peel back the surface of seemingly plain issues to reveal their multifaceted complexities its truly wonderful.
Concentrating at university is hard enough, let alone when faced with a constant array of push notifications from our mobile devices.
"Frames serve to simplify a complex issue or choice by emphasising one dimension over another." - Matthew C. Nisbet "Framing is inevitable in making media". When media is packaged, it usually has a central storyline, derived from the schema from which its frame is based. This schema reflects pre-existing ideas that the frame is intending to … Continue reading Framing Matters
Today I appeared on UOWTV to give an interview about The Pigeon Hole Project (see below). Lights were blaring, cameras were rolling, and me being me, I forgot to say some important things. So, I've made this post in order to extend on some of the things I spoke about in the interview as well … Continue reading The Pigeon Hole – UOWTV Interview
"And quite often, Disney’s great genius, his spark of creativity, was built upon the work of others." - Lawrence Lessig It's a tale as old as time, true as it can be. Nothing is ever truly original. I like to consider myself a modern-day Shakespeare. You know, borrowing materials, sprucing them up a bit, making them … Continue reading Copyright lawyers HATE him