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Listening to music mashups is like discovering a parallel universe. Up is down, fast is slow, Kurt Cobain is alive and well, playing guitar with Destiny’s Child, Adele is a speed metal balladeer…
The Alternative Press
In the ether of a sometimes oversaturated internet, where the choice of news and information websites is vast, varied and somewhat overwhelming, it takes a lot for...
Beware the pop-up
The FBI is warning all hotel-goers and coffee-shop wireless leechers to be careful - not all public/semi-public Wi-Fi networks are safe. Both people and hotels nee...
Gadget Roundup: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
Ultrabooks are hot property these days. Gone are the days when smaller, lighter, and thinner meant dumbed-down performance, a minimum feature set and fragile archi...
Whatever Happened to MySpace?
Like the memory of an old girlfriend, unceremoniously dumped for a newer, sleeker model, some older Facebook users may remember a time when they only had eyes for ...
It was all a dream
It has been called more addictive than cocaine and Tetris put together, with the ability to ruin an entire evening with just one click of a mouse. It is a wormhole...
Memes grab the spotlight
A Youtube video of a crudely pixelised, musical space cat has been watched 73 Million times. What does that say about contemporary culture?...
Gadget Roundup: Sony HDR-TD10 HandyCam
Let’s face it: mobile cameras can do a lot these days. With the top end smartphones offering full 1080p recording, it's tempting to think that you don't need any...
The Fan Film Strikes Back
The fan film is one of the more definitive pop culture artefacts of the technological age, by virtue of consciously blurring the distinction between the mere consu...
Cliffs Notes for a Sound Cloud: Part 2 – Unplugged
Music in its most basic form, just a musician with an acoustic instrument, is a powerful and versatile outlet for artists to not only display their undiluted music...