For BCM312 this semester, I created a podcast looking at some of the utilities of smart home technology. Through examining its relationship to security and aged care, I outline the positive uses and the current concerns prevalent in the technology and its wider connection to the Internet of Things. I also examine its usage among … More if these walls could talk.
One of my favourite parts about digital media subjects such as BCM325 is that it allows us the opportunity to examine the projects of other students and in doing so, understand a different way of thinking than our own. Through our examinations and comments, we are invited to experience an idea in its infancy and help guide it towards a solid, tangible digital artefact. … More don’t be such a pitch about the future.
Wondering what the hell’s going on with Channel Ten and the government’s media reforms? I’ve broken it down here, and tried to make sense of the great big media mess it’s melting into. … More the changing face of Australian media.
My major work for CAOS203 is a film about what it means to be human. And also about getting drunk, because that’s a part of being human, isn’t it? … More to be human.
My MEDA101 soundscape (an audio piece that invokes places and feelings to create atmosphere) is all about life and appreciation, and is full of the sounds of travel, technology and a lot of barking. … More soundscape – ‘turning point’.
The first excerpt of my research proposal for BCM212 is finally online, and I’m trying to deduce why communications and media students chose university. … More research proposal – is university still necessary?