If you were in Melbourne wanted to get in touch with people for a cannabis trial what magazine would you advertise in? It’s an interesting dilemma . . . there are the obvious candidates but where was the ad below displayed? Step forwards Tracks mag Feb 2010: Incidentally, $75 AUS will get you 7 litres […]

Noah Birksted-Breen is on a mission to bring the best of Russian theatre to the UK.

Dick Brass is a former exec at Microsoft. He is careful to mention how well Microsoft is doing financially but in the month that Apple launched the iPad he writes about how the company has lost its way. Microsoft has lost share in Web browsers, high-end laptops and smartphones . . .What happened? Unlike other […]

A fascinating post by Adam Davis on life as a less-worth-than-amoeba beginner in Tinseltown. Heartbreakingly funny and unbelievably honest. Here he is talking about one of the first films he gets to work on: It was called The Legend of My Heart-Shaped Anus, a quirky comedy being submitted to Sundance. . . In one scene, […]

I travelled from Portsmouth to Birmingham to see the Black Crowes in their first ever UK gig sometime around 1990.