One of the more interesting periods of my life was when I worked on The Core magazine in Adelaide in the early 1990s. I spoke about that time on ABC Adelaide this week.Continue reading “Talking “The Core” on ABC Adelaide”
My week of Monday 3 to Sunday 9 June 2019 was rather nice, and rather productive. More time exploring Brisbane, and four decent articles written for ZDNet, and not too much stress at all.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 471: Two cities, less whisky, no gin, and some more cybers”
[Update 28 February 2019: Things have been rescheduled. Please read the post for the details.]
The 9pm Edict is finally returning for 2019 this coming week. There’s four things you need to know right now — including that we want your secret plans for running the ABC.Continue reading “Announcing “The 9pm 2019, Part 1””
My week of Monday 14 to Sunday 20 January 2019 was dominated by an accident. In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, while heading to the bathroom without my glasses and without being fully awake, I tripped over something.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 451: Blood, so much blood”
This podcast returns to my hometown of Adelaide and turns thing inside out, with The Arch Window’s Nicholas Fryer asking me questions. Some of them dig into my past.
We talk about internet influencers, internet advertising, the role of the ABC as Australia’s national broadcaster, the shift in focus of The Australian and other Rupert Murdoch media outlets, Malcolm Turnbull, Korean boy band BTS, The Veronicas, Bipolar II Disorder, the nature of being a writer, Sky News Australia, bourbon, repressed memories, getting older, and the importance of fear.Continue reading “The 9pm Arch Window into the Soul”