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We have all been there, reading an article online – maybe it’s local news, maybe it’s political, maybe it’s about Lady Gaga singing at the Oscars – and seen comments that made our blood boil. 562 more words



Although this post isn’t explicit, it concerns the theme of prostitution, so young readers should seek approval before reading on. Germans think very differently from Americans about this trade (and about human sexuality) both socially and legally, which brings some thought-provoking consequences. 1,070 more words



For this blog the topic for discussion is Newsworthiness. This is the process that journalists will go through to decide if a piece is worth reporting and publishing. 772 more words


Media Discourse

At the start of class and throughout the lecture it took me some time to get my head around discourse but eventually I got the hang of it. 334 more words



When the sun


cold scurries up my leg.

All that hoary glory –

sadly, I was right!

This is going nowhere slow.

So slow it runs backwards… 48 more words


Inconsideration and disrespect

I hope that you don’t have to deal with these things on a daily basis, but it has come to my attention that not everyone’s definition of disrespect and inconsideration are the same. 383 more words


better side of green

I’m an architect and by definition that means that I believe in the better when it comes to our built environment and quite frankly in all aspects of our lives. 808 more words