My Twitter followers know that from time to time I tweet “Passing the Hill of Dead Pets”, but where is it? Back in February I set that question as a challenge, asking both WHERE and WHY, because I thought it’d be easy enough to work out. Finally, here’s the answer.Continue reading “REVEALED: Where is the Hill of Dead Pets?”
In the first special guest episode of The 9pm Edict autumn series we’re joined by evelyn douek, lecturer on law and a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Law School, and co-host of the Lawfare podcast Arbiters of Truth.Continue reading “The 9pm Fake Furry Dollop of Content Moderation with evelyn douek”
If you follow me on Twitter then you’ve probably seen me tweet “Passing the Hill of Dead Pets”. But where is it? That’s SEKRIT. That’s for certain of us to know and you figure out. If you can be bothered, here are some clues.
Update 30 April 2022: The answer has finally been revealed, but you can still have a go because this post contains no spoilers.Continue reading “A challenge: Where is the Hill of Dead Pets?”
Monday 1 to 7 November 2021 saw me do an actual social thing. With another person. OK, it was lunch at the pub with Mark Humphries before we recorded this week’s podcast, but it was still a wonderful sign that the Quarantimes are slowly coming to an end. I hope.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 597: Twitter, the law, and maybe even the end of the Quarantimes”
The main plus from my week of Monday 16 to Sunday 22 August 2021 was my second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine for COVID-19. This time the side effects were a little more full-on, which is odd because it’s meant to be the other way around.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 586: Jabbed again, and somewhat more productive”
If you chat with a cartoonist when they’re not on deadline, tangential conversations are inevitable. Welcome to this episode of the Edict with editorial cartoonist for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, Cathy Wilcox.Continue reading “The 9pm Overshared Hate Mail Ant Infestation with cartoonist Cathy Wilcox”