DVD: The Artist Watch this 2010 silent, black and white film about the end of silent film and you’ll see why it won Best Picture for 2010. While telling a classic Hollywood love story, it celebrates what made silent cinema so effective, juxtaposed against the relentless desire for the latest kind of technology. Great performance […]
Someone is really making a food substitute product called Soylent?
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey talks about having a daily do and don’t list.
This book by John Dickson was recommended to a friend, so I thought I’d grab a copy and read through it. It’s a high-level summary of the non-Christian and Christian historical documents that point to the existence of Jesus. Worth a read if you’re after an overview of the ancient evidence for the existence of […]
Single Origin Roasters coffee. 357 Cleveland St, Surry Hills. Adjacent to a garden shop is this cafe – a mix of indoor and outdoor seating that’s busy for most of its opening time. As you can see from the surrounds of the coffee machine, there’s a lot going on here. A mix of food offerings, […]
Golden Cobra coffee. 43 Erskineville Rd, Erskineville. Don’t let this photo fool you – Erskineville Rd, when you’re not visiting on a quiet public holiday Monday, is a busy street. This cafe has a fairly intimate space at the front, with a much larger back room (you’ll find out if you head to the bathroom […]
I’d won a couple of free tickets to Now You See Me, and was hoping to catch it early in its Australian distribution, but it wasn’t until this week that a friend and I made it to Hurstville Event Cinema to cash in the tickets. I’d heard quite a few reviews of the film by […]