I’m rather sad right now, and for the toughest of reasons.
So, I find myself in London with my plans stymied by the snow. So what to do? Make new plans to go and photograph it!
It is possible to use an Android handset in USB tethered mode with a Mac running High Sierra, although there are a few hoops to jump through. I’m writing this guide largely because I’ve just taken a few hours to work this out myself, and while I can’t take credit […]
I’ve been doing this writing thing for two decades now. Two DECADES. Sometimes it feels like more. Twenty years ago this week, a bright-eyed, enthusiastic young man strode confidently into the foyer of Australian Consolidated Press at 54 Park Street Sydney. I know this, because I was nervously walking behind […]
The issues surrounding Harvey Weinstein case have me thinking about the broader issues it relates to, and not in a happy way.
Barring any high court moves, marriage equality will head to a postal plebiscite very shortly. It’s a mean, nasty deliberately damaging move on the LNP’s part, and quite farcical, but it’s still something that I will vote on. Here’s why.
Time, I think, for a little more creative writing. Because it’s what I do, or something.
I’m genuinely befuddled by the Federal Government’s plan to hold a plebiscite around the issue of marriage equality. It’s a waste of money in every sense that won’t solve the issue for any side of the argument.
A story about waiting, and cold, and above all, blue petunias.
Of late, I’ve been feeling under increasing amounts of pressure. The stupid thing is, most of it is coming directly from one person. Me.