Lucy Aylmer discusses the presence of public art on the high street.
It’s almost a cliché now to think of the internet as ‘taking over’. However, as technology advances and becomes more integrated into our daily lives, it’s hard not to wonder whether our personal relationship with the internet is healthy, or one of dependence and habituation. And, as for its role in society, we need to […]
Exeter has been crowned ‘Christmas Capital of the UK’ for online sales, according to online retail giant Amazon. Sales figures show that residents of the Devon city spent more on festive products than anywhere else in the UK this year, knocking Bristol from the top spot. Popular items in the South West shoppers’ online baskets included Christmas […]
There is an old Japanese belief that you have three faces: one you show to the world, one you show to your family and one that no one else ever sees. (Yes I did find this on Facebook, but that’s not the point!) We now live in a world where the vast majority of us […]
The first time I found myself on the receiving end of a keyboard warrior, I was distraught. And, let’s face it: it was nothing. I was in the second month of an internship with The Local Germany when they sent me out onto the streets of Berlin with my notebook and Dictaphone. It was the […]