Andrew Jones

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How Netflix is quietly thriving in Australia

This could be a worry for the local rivals such as Foxtel, Ezyflix and Quickflix, who have attempted to fill the gap in the market as it rapidly …

True or false: 21 great food myths

Like anything that's developed over thousands of years, kitchen lore is a mixed bag. Handed-down wisdom can be a valuable tool or a pointless …

Incredible places tourists don’t know about yet

We’ve put together a list of the most incredible locations around the world that have managed to stay off the beaten track. We’re so glad they</b> …

Dead to the world

"Are you all right, honey?" Lili asked, looking me up and down as I joined her in the kitchen.<p>"I'm feeling ..." I paused, searching for the right …

Mind

Love on the rocks

PARIS and champagne. What better way to celebrate an engagement? But that was last July. On May 9th a terse joint statement from their bosses …

Mergers & Acquisitions

Expert Q&A: Will drinking alcohol destroy my fitness?

Why is the fitness industry as a whole so anti-alcohol? Isn’t there any room for a drink or two at major events? What kind impact does that really …

The Rep Range That Builds the Most Muscle, According to Experts

Wanna start a fight? Walk into a room filled with strength coaches, personal trainers, and exercise physiologists, and ask how many reps per set you …

Hypertrophy

TV's new crop unveiled: what's hot in the battle of comic books, crime and comedy?

Equally fascinating is the ethnic diversity in what is on offer, though culture clash comedies in the American tradition tend to play with …

The 15 Exercises You Need to be Doing

Overcome training fatigue with exercises that inspire and take you to the next level.

Sir Jack Brabham: a genius behind the wheel

In his day, too, he was the most famous Australian on two legs. These days he moves fairly anonymously, as others have moved on to centre stage. Even …

Motor Racing

It's possible to have too much healthy food

So, you start the day with a green smoothie – almond milk, coconut water, avocado, cucumber, kale, LSA, CHIA and Greek yoghurt. Lunch is generally a …

Nutrition

Build a better week for yourself

At The Performance Clinic we get people to plan four key areas – psychology (the way you think and connect), recovery (the way you balance stress), …

Time Management

Book Review & Giveaway: Vicious by V.E. Schwab

<b>Title:</b> <i>Vicious</i><p><b>Author:</b> V.E. Schwab<p><b>Genre:</b> Speculative Fiction, Superheroes<p><b>Publisher:</b> Tor <b><br>Publication Date:</b> September 2013 <b><br>Hardcover:</b> 368 Pages<p><i>A masterful,</i> …

The Violent Century by Lavie Tidhar – review

At the Edinburgh international book festival this year, I gave a masterclass entitled "How to Read Batman" (and yes, I did so dressed as The Riddler, as the internet attests). In the discussion afterwards, a very interesting point emerged: we have wonderful stories about Batman in comics, in films, …

Read How To Read 10 Books Per Week

Many successful people don’t just read. Instead they sponge up books and articles. They regularly invest dedicated and limited time slots to read …

Wi-Fi woes - is your home a dead zone?

Even within rooms you'll find that the Wi-Fi strength varies. Your wireless network might stretch a long way outside, but that doesn't necessarily …

Wi-Fi

Weights or cardio - which is better?

Too many folks feel restricted if they don't have ready gym access. That's BS. You can run anywhere. You can skip rope anywhere. And you can do …

Exercise

Top 100 fantasy books | Listing 1 - 10

In ancient times the Rings of Power were crafted by the Elven-smiths, and Sauron, the Dark Lord, forged the One Ring, filling it with his own power …

Jack Vance tributes pour in after his death

Tributes from the great and the good of the science fictional universe have been pouring in following news of the death of author Jack Vance late on Wednesday.<p>Vance died in his sleep, aged 96, at home in California on Sunday, his family announced yesterday. He leaves behind more than 50 novels and …

Is Now a Perfect Time for a Michael Moorcock Revival?

Fantasy grand master Michael Moorcock has fallen in-and-out of favor and print. Publisher Victor Gollancz is banking on a digital revival.<p>By Joel …

Douglas Coupland: “Everything they’ve been saying about Generation X they’re now saying about millennials. Like, everything”

<b>Douglas Coupland (Penguin Group)</b><p>The novelist who named Gen X on Nirvana, interviewing Morrissey, a “Law & Order” obsession and his wild new novel<p>Courtney Smith<p>April 25, 2014 10:59pm (UTC)<p>There are few authors who could be called the voice of a generation, but the tag fits Douglas Coupland -- not …

A Speck of Light and the Capacity to Remember the Holocaust

My son Jeremy is reading Diane Ackerman's <i>The Zookeeper's Wife</i> during his senior year of high school. I am reading the book alongside him, giving him a crash course in how to take good notes. (You guessed it: I am a college professor who loves questions, except for a few, like, "Will this be on the …

Idealism

Why I read a difficult six-volume diary by a Norwegian novelist

This is a story about reading a difficult book. Why? Because I haven't heard the question "What are you reading?" in more than a year. "What are you watching?" – as in, what brilliant cable-TV series are you binge-viewing this month? – that question you hear all the time. TV is the <i>lingua franca</i> of …

Six CrossFit workouts anyone can do

As a beginner, odds are you’re right. But not all CrossFit workouts require being insanely fit or for you to know your way around a clean and snatch …

Lives in Writing by David Lodge – review

Literary criticism,Biography,Graham Greene,Books,Kingsley Amis,Frank Kermode,Muriel Spark,Hanif Kureishi,Philip Roth,John Updike,George Eliot,Culture<p>What can a writer's life really tell us about his novels?<p>When Graham Greene published his novel <i>A Burnt-Out Case</i> in 1960, an article appeared in the …

The Cambridge spy ring: what the biographers say

Nicholas Elliott, the MI6 officer who flew to Beirut to extract a confession from Kim Philby or, as some suggest, deliberately let him go, spoke wistfully about the notorious Soviet Spy.<p>We met at the Travellers, the spies' club in Pall Mall, three decades after Philby, in 1963, boarded a Russian …