How Mass Media Is Slowly Corrupting The Minds Of Young People

A revised version of a piece I wrote about the impact of mass media on young people Mass communication refers to the various methods of data and information communication on a global scale. It was revolutionised with the growth of the telephone and internet, which are arguably two of the most important inventions in modern history. The current generation of teens (myself included) are considered … Continue reading How Mass Media Is Slowly Corrupting The Minds Of Young People

The Pathetic Jingoistic Coverage For The Birth of The Royal Baby

A reworked version of a piece I wrote on the birth of the Royal Baby. If you’re one of the few poor souls who live in complete isolation or without access to the news then you most likely missed the news that a baby was born on the 22nd of July. This, my friends, is no ordinary baby. This is a baby that was delivered … Continue reading The Pathetic Jingoistic Coverage For The Birth of The Royal Baby

Why Talent Shows Have Poisoned The Music Scene

A revised version of a piece I wrote about talent shows and their impact on the industry. Talent shows are a world unto themselves. They seem to spontaneously begin with no warning and have a nation obsessed each and every time. The format has been used across a wide spectrum, from general talent, to music and even to acting. It seems as though you can’t … Continue reading Why Talent Shows Have Poisoned The Music Scene

Freudian Slip

A Freudian slip is a verbal or memory mistake that is believed to be linked to the unconscious mind. Common examples include an individual calling his or her spouse by an ex’s name, saying the wrong word or even misinterpreting a written or spoken word. Discovered by Sigmund Freud, he described a variety of different types and examples of Freudian slips in his 1901 book … Continue reading Freudian Slip