I have been proposed with the challenge to go without my iPhone for at least a week many times, mostly by my parents, and the idea of it seemed crazy to me. I once had the mentality that the chances of getting lost, missing out and something serious happening were a lot higher if I did … Continue reading Apple’s got more than street smarts
For us kids the act of craft was simple, physicalizing our ideas and interests. As a kid, my sisters and our next door neighbours would participate in all sorts of craft, often making the most of our painting skills by selling our "masterpieces" around the neighbourhood. Making t-shirts out of fabric paints and home-made stencils … Continue reading Craftsmanship morphs with Craftstechship
I for one love having a movie date at the cinemas, I am even going to admit that I have gone to the effort to see a film.. on my own 😮 Yes sounds super lame but don't lie to yourself and say you have never wanted to try it, I'm telling you it's bliss. … Continue reading THAT MOVIE GIRL
Television seems to be a norm in everyday life, it's relied on for entertainment, current affairs, and just generally educating ones self on the world. I'd like to think not too many of my childhood memories involve the Tele, however I have plenty of flashbacks to when I would rush home after school on a … Continue reading Back in my day..
Monday's lecture came as a surprise, I least expected to question all the life choices I have made in life up until this point. It stunned me a little, I was left pondering life as I walked through the rain to a Lionel Richie classic, only I could hear. In all seriousness though, the questions … Continue reading The Dilemma I have with Technology