I THINK I HAVE NO VOICE, and I MUST SCREAM - In which is discussed the puerile culture of gaming, a scandal blown out of proportion, and a picture of a world that desperately needs to mature
THE PURPLE of ENVY – In which is discussed the private school system in Australia, my time in it, and wondering why on Earth it has access to public funding
CIVIC DUTY - In which is discussed civic duty, its effect on Australian society, and whether or not it actually exists, en masse, in this country
THE THIN, STRAIT LINE - In which is discussed the Gallipoli campaign, its mythologized status in Australia, and the issue of our place in the world.
BARRY LYNDON - PICARESQUE VIEWS - In which is discussed one of the most potent and least known of Kubrick's films, its portrayal of the passage of a life, and its deep and tremulous impact on the viewer.
WOMEN AND POWER - NEW WORLD ORDER - In which is discussed Mary Beard's Women and Power, an essential book exploring the assembly of power, and the future of women to acquire it
DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION - THE ICARUS WHO LIVED - In which is discussed a title of mythical proportions, whose setting leads us into a future of technological revolution and ruin.
CAN YOU EVER REALLY KNOW A PLACE? - In which is discussed the problem of 'knowing', the virtue of tourism, and the mysteries of other places.
PORTAL - GAMES APPROACH ART - In which is discussed Portal, one of the first great games, and arguably one of the first games that could reasonably be described as 'art'.
THE SCHWENGE BENGE VIEW on INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT - In which is discussed, with all the propensity of a leet nOOb, the beautiful potential of gaming, and our intentions therein.