Senator Hanson-Young recently posted a tweet about the Parliamentary Inquiry into Media Diversity currently happening in Australia, part of a growing movement to improve the dismal state of Australian media concentration. And what can I say? I had some time. Here’s a quick write-up that I submitted to the Inquiry. Summary This submission is a […]
I wrote a thing about AI on Medium here, and I’m reposting it below. If you’re reading this, it’s pretty likely that an artificial intelligence played some part in why. It decided that this is the sort of thing that will keep you engaged, and presented it to you. So, let’s get started on why […]
Narlang (Narrative Language) is a markup language for generating documents. It was designed as a tool to assist in the composition of long, complex documents, specifically novels. Its purpose is to combine many of the features of a code language with general document production. This came out of a rejection of the plethora of WYSIWYG document […]
Originally published on Medium. As income inequality increases, one mechanism for the movement of wealth from the general population to an increasingly insular property-owning class is through rent of residential property. While it cannot be said that landlords do not have some responsibilities to their tenants in most countries, the power relationship between landlord and […]
The following is a stageplay I wrote in my final year of high school. I am posting it here for the sake of posterity. The standalone can be found here.
The following is a story I wrote in my final year of high school. I am posting it here for the sake of posterity. The standalone can be found here.
Originally published on Medium. Many of the current dominators of technological business perform the same task. They serve as a trusted third party in a marketplace of providers and consumers. The trusted company enforces rules in the community, like how Facebook bans accounts that act outside the terms of service. Usually the same company that […]