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Cyberstalking’s impact on mental health

Constantly being stalked on the online world has serious consequences for both victim and perpetrator.
Connor Bean Investigates the potential impact. 

Using the internet on a daily basis may seem great but it has a dark side. 447 more words

The pain is worth it

So I got my new tattoo yesterday.

There was a bit of a mess at the start, because I turned up about 10 minutes early, since I was walking I wanted to give myself some time and also just thought that ariving early was better than arriving late. 455 more words

e-dubble; My Coming of Age

Evan Wallace, or e-dubble. He’s dead. Those words, in my mind, even now, two months on, haven’t sunk in. A man who’s music inspired me to be more. 1,231 more words

Logged Into Terrorism - The Blog

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The Task

Late last year I was tasked to create a Blog (Logged Into Terrorism) which addressed how Web and Mobile Communications had impacted a Social Issue. 707 more words

Alien Invaders Get The Chop

Bournemouth University undertook drastic removal of greenery across campus during ‘Green Week’, which caused uproar last Friday. Rick White, head of Estates at Bournemouth University, claimed “the phones were non-stop” as many “hot-headed” students and locals were outraged by removal of trees. 147 more words

European Maritime Day: Follow Up Trip

Anyone who may have stumbled onto my site might have previously read the Blog post covering a trip to Pool for Maritime Day, or seen my Portfolio entry of examples of different designs submitted for Poole Maritime Day’s Promotional campaigns. 171 more words

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Storymap: The War in Syria

Below is a storymap made as part of a collaborative project with students in the final year of the multimedia journalism course at Bournemouth University. 45 more words

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