Category Archives: media

Ajimal

Ajimal is a 22 year-old musician from Newcastle. You might be thinking that that’s an interesting sobriquet and you’d be right; it certainly is intriguing. His namesake, and where in fact this moniker originates from, is a former Haitian witchdoctor … Continue reading

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Pulse

One day we’ll all have bespoke versions of the iPhone and the iPad, which will have gone from fun plaything cool gadget to the essential must-have, the definitive conduit for all our activities day and night, 24/7. So chic, so … Continue reading

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Digital Print the iPad Way

In December I posted a blog about the future of magazines as touted by people at Time Inc via an imagined video of how a copy of Sports Illustrated might figure on a tablet. I was swooning at not just … Continue reading

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Unbreakable… unless you work for the BBC

What we in the industry call breaking news.

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Magazine 2010

I’m an ardent lover of print. Despite of the ease, ubiquity, and brilliance of digital media, I still, as ever, adore the touch, feel, and look of newspapers, magazines, and books. There’s something very human about it that is charming, … Continue reading

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Question Question

Much to the dismay of many a media commentator, the British National Party has been – or will be – invited onto the rip-roaring entertainment politics show know as Question Time. Cue mass shock and outrage – This is a … Continue reading

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The MPs Strike Back!

As much as I despise overpaid politicians who abuse their democratic powers for their own benefit, I equally deplore overpaid members of the media circuit whose attacks on public figures for their incompetence and lack of good character, whilst being … Continue reading

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The future of writing

Click on the link to the post below and enjoy a wry post that although ironic, does in fact hold many truths about the possible future of the English language in a digital age: Internet Age Writing Syllabus

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