Month / March 2015
Hungry and emaciated. A short piece about junior creatives.
There was a time when young, hungry advertising creatives would do almost anything to get their foot in the door. That included one team sending us a package containing a metal ruler…March 13, 2015
Adblocking. The inevitable antidote to shit.
There’s a scene in ‘The Breakfast Club’ when Molly Ringwald mouths the word ‘STOP!’ to Judd Nelson during an argument that’s careering out of control. That’s happened to me, only it was…March 13, 2015
Very, very far from super.
I will never watch ‘Man of Steel’ again. I won’t rent it. I won’t download it. If ‘Man of Steel’ were the only movie available on a twenty-five hour flight to London…March 13, 2015
The inevitable death of curiosity.
Many years ago, I sold my PC to an Investment Banker in Singapore. I hooked him up with this exciting new thing called ‘The Internet’ and excitedly showed him the search bar…March 13, 2015
Facebook, VR and the joys of having an armed spaceship in the garage.
As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to have a spaceship. I wanted to explore the galaxy, plunge into the death star trench and make the Kessel Run in…March 13, 2015
The inevitable takeover of the takeover.
I’ve spent the last few days at SXSW having my mind blown. Partially by the free beer that’s seemingly available in every bar but mainly by the sheer tidal wave of innovative…March 13, 2015
How the Last of Us could become the Last of Us.
If Lee Clow’s Chiat/Day team were to write their seminal ‘Think Different’ spot today, there’s a very good chance that it would include a bespectacled Swedish programmer called Notch Persson. Notch didn’t…March 13, 2015
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- Christy on How to buy a house in Sydney with weaponry.