Originality and Authenticity is a debate that has been argued over the decades for years from Barker and Taylor to , taking concepts heard in today’s songs right back to classical routes and drawing question into how far one can go before something is no longer authentic or original andRead More →

Have you ever needed a little something to resize you images or crop them, perhaps brighten or enhance your image or add a filter without having to rely on Snapchat or Instagram? Can’t Afford the likes of Photoshop or Paintshop Pro? Well Pixlr may well be an answer for you.Read More →

Hey guys, So as you know the blog went quiet for a bit whilst other things in my life took over my time and energy – time that would otherwise be used writing for this site and sister sites which often resulted in me starting to rush content that wasRead More →

'Electronically Secured' by Flash Alexander. Public Domain

This is a little late, both in posting time and following the cyber attack but following up from the post on sister site The Noodle & Bean, here’s a few more ways to keep safe when you’re online: Look for the Padlock and the S It might sound simple, butRead More →

So, unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few weeks, you’ve no doubt had advertising and YouTube videos and flyers and endless news reports thrust in your face about the Snap General Election. Whilst some can’t wait for the big day and to get deep into theRead More →

Another product of my degree, “Hello, Good Evening & Welcome!” was the brainchild between a group of us collaborating in a joint module of our respective degrees known as “Performance And Creative Technologies” or PACT for short. This project involved the work of fellow students Amy Harrop, Rachel King, StephRead More →

Links to all mentioned software in the ‘Software Mentioned’ section to the right. In this modern day and age of social media, digital publishing and multimedia everyone wishes they could be the jack of all trades. A popular siutation for this is presenting marketing or thumbnails when the best graphicRead More →

As reader in my local church as well as a student at University, I had to learn how to present in front of my peers (which thankfully I didn’t have to do an awful lot). My housemates and friends (who unfortunately had to do more on their course) taught meRead More →

Modular Popup. Screenshot

The web has come a long way in the last decade (see ‘How the Web has Evolved’ for some examples), but even with new technologies, there are still plenty of things to grind one’s gears when it comes to browsing.  In no particular order, here are 7 features I’ve foundRead More →