The title is sort of stating the obvious, but let me explain. I think the majority of my generation caught the back-end of cable TV before digital viewing came in (e.g. SkyTV and Virgin Media). However, with the help of the internet and the greater competitive development of technology, televisions are getting “SMART-er”. The Death … Continue reading TV Viewing is Getting SMART-er
Why I Refuse to Travel to “Insta” Destinations
Not just because I want to be more environmentally aware / active, but hype for no reason other than a few thousand Retweets and a couple comments suggesting it is “goals” is repelling. For those who know me personally, they will know I have a habit of commenting on most popular trends which have no … Continue reading Why I Refuse to Travel to “Insta” Destinations
Kids Would Rather Eat an Apple from Tesco than the Apple Tree
I had an interesting discussion of recent. It revolved around the power of branding – in particular, high street branding. It was around the idea of trusting the products you purchase. Consumers tend to trust products with a particular label on it. In fact, they are more likely to trust a product with any label … Continue reading Kids Would Rather Eat an Apple from Tesco than the Apple Tree
Make Earth Cool Again…
You see the wildest, craziest, almost unbelievable science and gadgets on the internet…and they really can be cool AF! You see them used for life hacks, fun in the name of science, even complete random nonsense. But, can fun science and engineering be put to better use? Can we use them to make Earth cool … Continue reading Make Earth Cool Again…
Creatives Should Ask, “What Would Jobs Do?”
Steve Jobs – A true artist of the product. The man who changed the world because, not only did he have the imagination for change, he sold it too. We predominantly know Jobs as the Co-Founder of Apple. He was the face of the brand. He also funded Pixar, allowing the animation company to become … Continue reading Creatives Should Ask, “What Would Jobs Do?”
The Sound of Music? Or the Sound of “Cha-Ching!”
The Beatles are one of the most significant events which pushed the music industry further towards the ‘industry’ side and away from the ‘music’ side. Let’s be honest here, their music isn’t even that good. They had some sort of flare and charisma about them which was the reason for their popularity. They had a … Continue reading The Sound of Music? Or the Sound of “Cha-Ching!”
Elon Musk: Hero or Villain?
I first came across this idea back when I was a student. In one particular lecture, my professor asked the question “Is Elon Musk really trying to save the planet or is he exposing a hot topic for profit?” Those who thought he was a hero stood on one side of the room, the others … Continue reading Elon Musk: Hero or Villain?
You Win Some, You Lose Some.
April and May have been HUGE for the entertainment industry. Avengers: Endgame smashed all sorts of records at the box office (which makes me super happy) and, to be honest, THAT episode of Game of Thrones really should give Arya her place in the Avengers too (LOL)! With Disney dominating the film industry right now; … Continue reading You Win Some, You Lose Some.
Earth is Dead.
Regardless of our efforts, our planet is doomed. The only ‘green’ which is important to this world is money. The life of a business is more important than that of a breathing organism. This is something I have said for a while, to be honest. But recently, I’ve been thinking about the current state of … Continue reading Earth is Dead.
How Social is Social Media?
Does judgement, conflicts, selling a lifestyle, posting pointless images with unrelated song lyrics count as being social? Let me ask you a question. How many Instagram (or Twitter) followers do you have? For many, it’s well over 300. Out of those hundreds, how many do you actually know? How many do you actually interact with? … Continue reading How Social is Social Media?