If you've read any of my posts or articles before you will know that I have a long running attachment and interest in YouTube and everything that comes with it.It can be a place of greatness and deplorability. However, come out of the YouTube community, and enter the mainstream media's realm and the balance is … Continue reading The Most Important Thing To Take From PewDiePie’s ‘My Response’ Video.
This year I am turning 22 and finishing my Masters degree and it's got me thinking. With each year, and each stage of our life we succeed in starting our careers or our memories. Each time that happens there is always a physical 'first' of that: the first photo you take with your friends, the … Continue reading Always Keep Your ‘Firsts’ of Everything
I've said before that YouTube has meant a lot to me in a personal sense and a creative sense, so it shouldn't be too much of a surprise that I return once more with another post about it. The first article I wrote on the subject titled "YouTube: The Cultural Benefits of an Underestimated Platform" … Continue reading What Will 2017 Mean for YouTube?
Depending what circles you find yourself in, you would not be judged believing Art was dead. You may spark a long form debate which might ultimately lead to a fruitless and frustrating conclusion, but you wouldn’t be totally wrong. Art has long been under threat from governments, from overt industrialists and ignorant oppositionists who fight … Continue reading The Nerdwriter: Fighting To Keep Art Alive In A Sceptical World.
Yesterday evening I attended a Black Lives Matter Vigil with a couple friends at the Uni. While it was not 'empty' in the sense that literally no-one was there, I am sticking with the title. In many situations I can understand why people do not attend some, shall we say, politically veered movements. Moreover people … Continue reading Black Lives Matter; The Pain of an Empty Vigil