Aussie land trumps Aussie people, so it seems

"Is any attention good attention?", what a feather-ruffling question. A Tv tropes article explains that in regards to a product, attention turned sour has consequences detrimental to the brand, for example, a beauty product surrounded with lots of hype and expectations that is in true fact poor quality will affect future investors and customers from putting … Continue reading Aussie land trumps Aussie people, so it seems

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Is the future of Australian Film & TV looking gloomy or bloomy?

The Australian FIlm and TV industry is an inconsistent "little bugger" (Aussie slang seemed appropriate), and when I asked friends and family what their thoughts were on Australian made screen content the responses I received were "I don't know, I don't really watch a lot of the stuff" or "OH LOVE IT! You've got to support the … Continue reading Is the future of Australian Film & TV looking gloomy or bloomy?

Remix Culture

John Philip Sousa could have possibly be the reason why remix culture never thrived. Sousa campaigned for stricter copyright laws arguing that there was a cultural emptiness from the mechanical forms of art (Lessig 2008, p. 24). He was totally convinced that our culture would become less democratic, fewer people would be able to access … Continue reading Remix Culture