Variation on a theme: “It can’t be done” – with no logical reason why it can’t be done.
Posts in: March, 2007
Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer, was trained in typography. As was Tony Martin, Australia’s best comedian / radio host / film maker / film buff.
What is it about typography that enhances lateral thinking and creativity? Or is it just a fluke these two very creative people trained in
The Australian arm of the fantastic chain of bookstores, Borders, is being put up for sale by its US parent company.
The US company is deep financial troubles and is selling off assets and concentrating on domestic businesses. Let’s hope the excellent service, range and strategy of Borders continues in
Ayn Rand’s testimony to the House Un-American Activities Committee on October 20, 1947:
She opined that filmmakers were adopting “the theory of the Nazi elite – that a choice group of intellectual or other leaders will tell the people lies for their own good”.
I’m beginning to see this everywhere, especially from
Driving through the leafy suburban streets of Balwyn a few weeks ago, I was struck by the number of real estate boards outside homes which had a strange little logo on them “In the Balwyn High School Zone”. Balwyn High, a state school, is one of the best performed schools
It’s patently clear. Do not stay at the Observatory Hotel in Sydney unless you want news of your most intimate moments splashed all over the newspapers. Rowan Atkinson, Ralph Fiennes, Metallica – all exposed in this piece.
What ever happened to discretion? What a disgrace – those media hungry staff,