Because I love Doctor Who so much, I’ve been meaning to review it here for a while…Ever since it was on. But I haven’t, so this may be later than most, but I’m determined to share my opinion. Warning, there are spoilers a ‘plenty below. Continue Reading
Because Garbage and their music has become a bit of a cornerstone of my life, I went to their concert this week, and it was the first concert I’ve ever been to. And oh!, what an experience it was! I’m so glad I went, even if some of it didn’t turn out as expected. Continue Reading
So, for most of this year, I’ve had an iPad on loan from the House, so that I could share in the iPad experience, and better support them. Now that the year, and my traineeship, is nearly over, I have to hand it back and I’m left with a few questions: Was the iPad actually any good? Did I actually use it? Am I going to miss it? Do I want to buy one, now that I’m not going to have this one anymore? Continue Reading
So, I had been planning on reviewing the episodes of Doctor Who as they were released, but I never got around to it. Instead I’m just going to do them all in one go. Below, I’ve got a little description/review of each episode, as well as a few comments on this series as a whole. Warning, there are spoilers a’plenty below. Continue Reading
So, if you haven’t been watching The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, this post isn’t going to make much sense to you. But you can fix that by simply devoting the time to watching all (so far) 43 videos. I better give you some context: The Lizzie Bennet Diaries is a modern adaptation of Pride & Prejudice, told primarily through the medium of YouTube vlogs (video blogs), as well as though an extensive deluge of various other social media posts, predominantly Tumblr. The other social media is used to explore the story from the point of view of many other characters, some of which are minor in the original narrative.
So, I watched ‘My Great Big Adventure’ on ABC3 yesterday, which was about ‘tech-addiction’, and it got me thinking a bit. It was all pretty much things I’d heard before, but I never really thought about how it applied to me. You probably haven’t either. Continue Reading