You’ve been waiting patiently for the movie to finish production, and finally the lights go down low as the opening credits roll. The excitement and expectation is utterly palpable. There is complete silence and eyes are peeled. … And then the neighbours upstairs ruin the atmosphere by making a racket as the first lines […]

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So, in part one of my series charting how social networking sites have visibly changed (and the impact of these changes) over the past few years, we discussed Twitter, a website that was born-and-bred to be a social networking / communication site. In this edition, we’ll be looking at a website that wasn’t always heading […]

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For a few years, I’ve been highly critical of the programming that’s available on TV. It appears that every channel appears to be completely full of poorly-written and shoddily-acted crap that people would only want to watch if they had scraped the bottom of the barrel in terms of boredom or procrastination. Given that I’m […]

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Seeking A Friend for the End of the World I found Seeking A Friend for the End of the World to be an incredibly charming movie, as one would expect of a flick featuring the talents of Steve Carrell and Kiera Knightley. The film was quite refreshing in that it didn’t really spend too much […]

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