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Step right up: Swallowing the carnival king’s double-edged sword

‘Don’t smile at the camera—you need to look angry.’

——Unknown amateur journalist, Roma Street Amphitheatre, Brisbane, 1995

In the fading summer of Paul Keating’s prime ministership, I turned twenty.

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Carnivalesque

We Have Banksy…Now What? (Something I wrote for Sassmouth)

How can you criticise human rights activism? It’s kinda like kicking a puppy, isn’t it? But I feel compelled to talk about activism critically, after  1,277 more words

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Does job security exist anymore?


When I talk about digital networks, I usually primarily think of social media – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram being first and foremost. Although these are definitely classed as a type of digital network, many businesses, have also adopted the digital lifestyle, through choosing such platforms as great promotion and marketing tools. 347 more words

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We Have Banksy…Now What? (Something I wrote for Sassmouth)

How can you criticise human rights activism? It’s kinda like kicking a puppy, isn’t it? But I feel compelled to talk about activism critically, after  1,277 more words

Grin and Bear It - 'Footprint Poster' Goes Guerrilla

In 2010, The Teddy Bear Museum in South Korea launched a guerrilla marketing campaign which aimed to highlight the ignorance of the Korean public towards the illicit industry of… 739 more words

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Grin and Bear It - 'Footprint Poster' Goes Guerrilla

In 2010, The Teddy Bear Museum in South Korea launched a guerrilla marketing campaign which aimed to highlight the ignorance of the Korean public towards the illicit industry of… 739 more words

Convergence

Revolutions.

 

This week’s exploration of the rise of ‘hacktivism’ and ‘clicktivism’ gave me a lot to think about. While I agree that the Arab Spring was helped by the online social media tools, like Twitter and Facebook, I find myself on the side of… 456 more words