Category: media

  • No Conor, Australia is not falling to COVID dictatorship

    No Conor, Australia is not falling to COVID dictatorship

    In 2020, American governments decided that it was acceptable to overwhelm their health system, permanently maim a potentially innumerable number of people with post-COVID syndrome, while slaughtering six hundred thousand of their own people in defence of their citizens’ right to go to a Denny’s. In 2021, the Australian states, who decided not to accept this outcome, ordered restaurants to use Uber Eats and click-and-collect: How utterly Orwellian?

  • The link tax is a terrible idea

    The link tax is a terrible idea

    So, you’re telling me that a bill that provides no incentive for Facebook to cooperate disincentivised them from cooperating? And we’re supposed to be mad at Facebook!?

  • The Xbox One’s television gimmick was unfairly dismissed.

    The Xbox One’s television gimmick was unfairly dismissed.

    Back at E3 2013, everyone pooh-poohed the Xbox One. Perhaps it was the TV, TV, TV, TV, sports, sports, television, television, TV, sports.

  • Fans of ‘Seeker Daily’ revolt, take over abandoned Twitter account

    Two days ago, I wrote of the abandonment of the NowThis YouTube channel. A group of fans have taken over the Twitter account of the channel’s predecessor — Seeker Daily. It seems that the Twitter handle @SeekerDaily was made available at some point in early May — the original account was likely deleted or renamed. However, the descriptions of […]

  • NowThis News goes silent after controversial rebrand

    Over two months after Group Nine Media controversially rebranded YouTube news channel Seeker Daily in keeping with their NowThis brand, the channel has gone dormant. The channel has not published videos in over a month and 15 days. The channel previously uploaded near-daily. The average approval rating of the channel’s videos experienced a sharp drop from ~80% to a […]

  • ‘Today’ hosts interview cartoon meerkat in cringeworthy product integration

    ‘Today’ hosts interview cartoon meerkat in cringeworthy product integration

    Behold folks, we have reached peak breakfast TV.

  • Bolt gives NYT moral lecture over their moral lecture

    Bolt gives NYT moral lecture over their moral lecture

    Andrew Bolt, a News Corp columnist whom the courts have found repeatedly to be a liar, has given his opinion on an opinion piece by A. Odysseus Patrick published in the New York Times that called the Australian government’s apparent preference for Syrian Christians as immoral as it leaves non-Christians (regardless of religion) to die a violent and painful death. Of course, if Bolt had actually read the lede paragraph of the piece, he would know that author was saying that the fact that Christians are being given preference over non-Christians is immoral. Not the fact that 78% of the refugees are Christian.

  • YouTube investigates site which sells channel verification, CMS accounts

    YouTube investigates site which sells channel verification, CMS accounts

    shincode.tech is a website that offers YouTube verification ticks, Custom URLs and previously Content Management accounts. The site, no doubt, is an infringement on YouTube’s terms of service which is why at least four people who used the site to verify their channels had their accounts terminated.

  • Clutch Powers vs. Emmet (Lego Movie Similarities)

    Clutch Powers vs. Emmet (Lego Movie Similarities)

    The Lego Movie and The Adventures of Clutch Powers are both films based on the popular building blocks, but they are so similar!