Vote Compass is a brilliant political science tool. I did the questionnaire yesterday and I believe the analysis they have come up with is pretty much on the money.
My observations on Twitter of the day after Australia elected its worst Prime Minister ever.
My observations of the day Australia elected its worst Prime Minister ever.
A selected storification of the week leading up to the day Australia elected its worst Prime Minister ever, together with an obituary of particular irony in its timing.
Here we go again. It may be a couple of months earlier than expected, it may be for twice as much of the Senate as expected, but we're off to another federal election. And, for the third time running, the Prime Minister at this election is not the Prime Minister Australia had at the start of this term.
This isn't about jumping on a bandwagon. This is the excitement at feeling as if 2016 could finally be the Chicago Cubs' year. Earlier today Jake Arrieta pitched a no-hit game, the second of his career, to give the Cubs a 16-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds.
Legendary Australian writer, film maker, political campaigner, thinker: Bob Ellis died on 3 April 2016 at the age of 73. You didn't have to like or agree with everything he said to have the deepest admiration for his passion and intellect.
I am on Snapchat, but I have to tell you I am struggling to understand it.
Anyway, here's my snap code, feel free to add me, and I'll try and work out how to make the most of it from there.
Decades of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences being out of step with contemporary values are finally catching up with it.
For the second year running all of the twenty nominees in the acting categories have been from Euro-white background, and while the Academy has made some great choices in recent years, "12 Years A Slave" in 2013 for example, a lot of talented choices have been overlooked for the 2015 awards. Coincidence? The consensus is that it is not.