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Gemma Critchley: The Design Fiction of Black Mirror

January 7, 2012 by


Well, it’s been quite a week for stuff what I done gone and wrote getting re-posted elsewhere on the internet. My friend Greg over at Mount Analogue alerted me to the fact that one of my tweets had been used in a recent blog from those wonderful Made by Many chaps. Granted, it’s not the […]

Mark Fraser: Day Two Hundred and Eleven – The Gaze

July 30, 2011 by


The Gaze A blank stare from the corner threatens to steal away time and space and thoughts. Square centrepiece, lights down below mark out a flickering landing strip urging you “green for go”, demanding that one arrives upon terrifyingly visual, aurally spectacular shores, dazzled by choice. Sometimes I struggle to return your gaze. Swathed in […]

Mark Fraser: Day One Hundred and Ninety Nine – A Curio

July 18, 2011 by


Three things: 1. Breaking Bad came back last night and I can’t wait to watch it. Sadly I must wait until my girlfriend returns from holiday, but it’s still pretty exciting! 2. I’ve started to play Football Manager again. Productivity might suffer as a result. It’s a legitimate addiction, I feel. And 3. one thing […]

Gemma Critchley: The Apprentice – would you risk it for a chocolate biscuit?

June 29, 2011 by


Having just watched the latest installment of the BBC’s weekly cringefest, The Apprentice, I have decided to come up with my own biscuit. This biscuit would be kind of like a Hob Nob (so a crumblier version of flap jack) but would be ginger flavoured, and covered with stripes of really bitter dark chocolate on […]

Mark Fraser: Day One Hundred and Forty Seven – Watch and Pray

May 27, 2011 by


I quite like this one. Perhaps it's a sign of things to come?

Mark Fraser: Day One Hundred and Twenty Two – On Genres

May 12, 2011 by


Are genre's silly? What's the point in them? Well, look no further than this very post for answers to those very questions.

Mark Fraser: Day One Hundred and Twenty Three – Tethered

May 3, 2011 by


A poem about TV, tiredness and the things that lie in between....