It’s a long-running battle we all face. Logic, or intuition? Following your gut feeling might have a bad rap, but the brain is definitely telling us something.
In an age where we overanalyse art (and those who created it) to death, poetry is a singular force. It is what it is and forever has value because of it.
The problem with our misunderstanding of data is twofold: we suffer from a lack of proper education and of adequate access, and it is what kills marketing teams in any business.
Super Mario is a complex man, beset by his desire to pursue his weaknesses: women, money, adventure. But does he need professional help?
Does the rise of Donald Trump spell the end of politics, or is he just the perfect candidate for the modern age?
The Editor’s nan is back, and she’s describing the strange violent dreams she has survived. She may be angling for some free analysis – Gay Mackie
Our main literary playa Sparky Sweets is here to drop some home made truth about Hemingway’s subtextual masterpiece, The Sun Also Rises.
What it do, playa? The earnest genius of Sparky Sweets PHd extracts the real meaning behind a book of shameful context, Nabokov’s “Lolita.”
What up, broletariats? For today’s lesson, we have Sparky Sweets PHd to explain George Orwell’s subtextual dig at socialism, Animal Farm.
Our favourite cream-faced loon Paris Portingale reckons that William Shakespeare definitely wrote all of his plays…if he didn’t, why are there so many statues of him around the place?
Andrew Wright doesn’t need the computerised Sigmund Freud to give himself advice, he came to his own conclusions. In a Datsun.