Category Archive: Opinion

Casino Culture: The Daydreamers

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The room is alive, a lady screams of joy having just won a fortune on her favourite card game.  Friends and family alike stream in and out, those destined not to lose their… Continue reading

The Daily Commute

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This afternoon I made it to the train station in adequate time to fill up my go card and catch my Gold Coast train home.  I lined up with the other commuters behind… Continue reading

Is Luhrmann’s Gatsby Great?

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If it’s one thing that’s clear from the start of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, it’s that the film is not afraid to take risks. But do they pay off? The Great Gatsby follows the… Continue reading

Xbox One: Confusing Consumer Catastrophe?

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At this stage I am still confused as to who the Xbox One is targeted at. A brand as synonymous to gaming such as “Xbox” should surely be targeted at a gaming audience?… Continue reading

The Truth Is?

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From K-Pop, to ex-soldiers, to the aftermath of nuclear explosions, The Truth Is? is bound to be a catch. Today Danny and I had the opportunity to listen to journalist Hamish Macdonald talk about… Continue reading

Life’s Metaphorical Pause Button

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Ever get that feeling that time is flying past you too quickly. That your life is moving to fast. That if you blink you could miss it. If only life had a pause… Continue reading

Learning: We are our experiences.

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There are arguably two types of learning; the first being the one we immediately associate with the word. Traditional learning. Teacher teaches student. But there’s another type of learning, a subliminal type. A… Continue reading

Perception

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We are in a day where styles change monthly, where what’s “in” can be “out” in a flash and where we can find style guides on ‘what to wear’ by simply searching Google.… Continue reading