MANCHESTER GRADS SET UP PARCEL SERVICE YOU CAN TWEET

TWO GRADUATES from the University of Manchester have set up a courier service online which allows people to send parcels- without actually disclosing addresses or visiting a post office. The system works via social networking site Twitter, or through a standard email account. The recipient is asked through the website for their address and if … Continue reading MANCHESTER GRADS SET UP PARCEL SERVICE YOU CAN TWEET

The “Models Wanted” Online Ad Scam – Used To Happen In The Street

For some reason, in the 21st century – there are still scam search ads for young adults, teenage and child models plastered about all over the internet. This scam is as old as time, it’s seedy, with shady “businesses” forcing the photography of kids and young women, either with their parents or without, and often … Continue reading The “Models Wanted” Online Ad Scam – Used To Happen In The Street

Jane McConnell is the New Girl About Town for NBC’s ‘Kalimocho’ Magazine!

Hello Readers! I’ve missed you and I know it hurts because the hit counters have gone down 😛 so I’m gonna sort you out ASAP with some new pieces. What I really want to tell you, though, is that I’m blogging elsewhere too for a while professionally while I’m still at University, which is super … Continue reading Jane McConnell is the New Girl About Town for NBC’s ‘Kalimocho’ Magazine!

A-Level and GCSE Media Studies: More Useful Than Old English?

A-LEVEL MEDIA STUDIES students always get it in the neck from the UK press. It’s a time-honoured tradition of idiocy by the mainstream media. They’re continually branded every exam results season, by sneering old-schoolers in charge of various dying media platforms and their equally old-schooled parents as a ‘Mickey Mouse subject’. Prove them wrong – … Continue reading A-Level and GCSE Media Studies: More Useful Than Old English?