Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt took the stage at the TED conference in Vancouver, Canada, last week to share his distrust of social media. We’re not posting this because we’re fans of the actor; we’re posting this because it’s an interesting watch. Check it out.Read More
Yesterday, the EMC (Electronic Music Conference) kicked things off in Sydney at the ivy.
EMC Sydney 2016 saw members of the local and international industry talking about what makes electronic music tick through various workshops and back-to-back panel discussions. Read on to find out what we learnt from Day One.
Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein has directed a new short film, The Realest Real, for KENZO’s fall-winter campaign. It premiered during KENZO’s New York Fashion Week show, and basically parodies the social media era with references to “followers,” “the cloud,” and the buzzword of endearment “mom” are all manifested as “really real” physical realities, via a shady establishment called the Institute of the Real.
Watch it now.
In the sixth and final episode of her Vogue documentary series, Alexa Chung talks Instagram, the future of fashion and the Kardashian effect with Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing.Read More
Another excuse for you to ‘netflix and chill’, as if you ever needed one anyway.
Comedian Aziz Anzari has released the first trailer of his new show, Masters of None, and it is entertainment down to the very core mixed with the right amount of what’s appropriate in terms of racism, sex and social media.Read More
This video first came to my attention via Flying Lotus when he shared it to his Facebook page with the caption: “Pretty much.”
Which just goes to show that this is exactly what happens with our favourite artists, actors, musicians, models, etc.Read More
Recently on a night out to dinner with my girlfriends, a nearby elderly couple were having dinner and enjoying each other’s company – not constantly looking at their phones. It was such a refreshing sight to see in amongst all the other tables where at least one person had their phone out.
Isn’t it sad that smartphones have taken over our (social) lives?
London-based photographer Babycakes Romero definitely thinks so.
In a world where we collect friends like stamps, here’s some sense for our social networks.
‘The Innovation of Loneliness’ illustrates the connection between social networks and being lonely.
Today’s online world of social networks have resulted in ‘friendships that are distinctively decided by quantity vs quality and sacrificing conversation for connection’.
Spot on.Read More
In a culture where social media is taking over our lives, Instagram might be giving both Facebook and Twitter a run for their money.
The free app is reviving community, face-to-face interactions, adventure and looking at subjects with a more detailed eye.
Directed in full by Paul Tellefsen.Read More