My recent attendance of The White Album Concert (a tribute to the album The Beatles by Australian artists Josh Pyke, Time Rogers, Phil Jamieson and Chris Cheney – the latter pictured with a friend and I in a photo snapped at… Continue Reading
The recent talk about the definition of a ‘story’ reminds me of a book I read sometime last year called, “Our Tragic Universe,” by Scarlett Thomas. In her book, Thomas attempts to create a ‘storyless story’, something which makes the book… Continue Reading
The symposium for this week was little more challenging than the last. Another lecture, Adrian discussed how stories are prompted by the ‘technology’ that is available or created, and that the technology itself is influenced by the past. Why is… Continue Reading
This is very cool. Someone (who goes by the username “freay” on 8tracks.com) has made a collection of music playlists that reflect or relate to a character. I think this is a great way to explore what a character means… Continue Reading
The readings for this week discussed copyright laws in Australia and their relation to our blog content. With that in mind, I will not be attaching any pictures, documents, sound clips or the like to this post, mostly out of… Continue Reading
I’m a bit late on this one, however, now that I (on some minor level) understand the basics of blogging and of the course outline, I’m going to do some catching up. First off, I was really impressed by the… Continue Reading
A response to this reading: For the reading, we were asked to come up with some questions before the next symposium. So, here it is. 1) How can we – as students – know what ‘voice’ to use in our… Continue Reading
My own personal, somewhat pretentious and incredibly fanatic blog. On another site. With less purpose. Anarchy.
A post just to prove that I can post, which at this point, I’m not even sure I can do.
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