Features


Making connections
March 27th, 2015

I Wish I Was Lonely had a rave review in TimeOut London, and Thorpe sounds as surprised as he is pleased that he and Walker are coming Perth to perform the show, but no matter how far they travel it remains all about connecting with people – genuinely rather than ironically, given the subject mater.

Sizemore Matters
July 3rd, 2006

Drugs were Tom’s first downfall and he was soon a hard-core user of crack cocaine, heroin and crystal meth. Luckily, even veteran addicts like Tom don’t get the shaft in Hollywood as long as they continue to make money for the movie studios.


Back to nature
May 1st, 2010

Achieving the environmental gains that built in natural processes offer seems like a huge task after our history of high waste, factory-style production, but it can start with the simple question ‘how would nature do this?’ Next time you turn on a light at home (which probably uses about 120 volts of electricity) consider that the Amazon electric eel can produce three times as much power using chemicals that also are found in the human body.

Does Apple need another hero?
September 16th, 2011

On August 24 Steve Jobs made a very low key announcement that he was leaving the company he founded in 1976, was cast out from in 1984, returned to in 1996 and spent the next decade building into the most valuable technology firm on Earth.


The new Johnny Depp film Transcendence is not just sci-fi fantasy
May 20th, 2014

It’s been the stuff of sci-fi dreams for generations. Escape the fragile flesh by uploading your consciousness to another medium, leaving you aware and intact in a computer, robot or a completely new body.

Ghost Writer
November 13th, 2011

One of the few truly scary stories in Where Spirits Dwell tells of a young mother in the inner west of Sydney who awakens at 3am to hear toys being loudly and forcefully played with in her infant son’s room before shaking off sleep and realising he’s laying next to her in bed.






When Skylab Came Crashing Down Four decades ago, NASA’s pride and joy plummeted to Earth. No one ...
July 8th, 2019

Das uncrewed boot Boeing’s Orca is set to change the face of US undersea battle-readiness. ...
July 8th, 2019

The Time Machine A new space-borne telescope will see farther than any man-made instrument before ...
July 8th, 2019

Who’s (still) afraid of Naomi Wolf? Naomi Wolf has lost none of her appetite for a good fight. ...
June 6th, 2019

Future Shock It's not just sci-fi authors and futurists who predict the way the ...
September 16th, 2018



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