Dilini Fredrick

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‘No man is an island…’

<b>And what if said man was marooned on a desert island, seated atop the most comprehensive mound of the world’s literature, would he write the novel to</b> …

Customer Superiority Complex

Good lady walks up to the counter and is promptly greeted by humble service consultant. Without delay or pleasantries, customer charges into her …

Increase in Age, Decrease in Sanity

Case Study #65<p>“That was a ten dollar recharge, was it?”<br>“Yes and can you increase the font size of the printer. It’s hard to see otherwise.”<br>“I’m …

iIdiot

In the midst of the smart-phone epidemic, have people refunded their brains in favour of a shiny new toy? Choosing to let the machine think for them …

A Picture of what We would Lose

Step into a piece of Melbourne, nay, Australian history when you enter the Esplanade Hotel in St Kilda, or as more commonly known, the Espy. Well, …

World of Wordcraft

<b>A Dream Within a Dream</b><p>BY EDGAR ALLAN POE<p>Take this kiss upon the brow!<br>And, in parting from you now,<br>Thus much let me avow —<br>You are not wrong, who …

How much experience is too much?

When I was a teenager, my belief was always ‘<i>with experience will come the subject for writing</i>‘. Ten years later, I would like to revise this …

‘Citadel’ Experienced

The Ne Obliviscaris fan in repose; head bowed slightly and eyes closed. <i>Citadel</i> rolls in like a gathering storm. With face upturned and eyes suddenly …

Fifty Shattered Shades : Prologue

There are many negative opinions out there in the technological ether that is the internet. But I cannot resist untangling, in a systematic and …

Vanishing point: five ways to become invisible

From HG Wells to JK Rowling, invisibility has long been the stuff of fiction. Not any more. Here Philip Ball explains five methods that scientists are researching to make things 'disappear'<p>Here's how you could become invisible in the middle ages: grind up an owl's eye with a ball of beetle dung and …