- @shannylm you'll be right! Ask for advice if you need it. Sam Cooney and Tom Cho both great for advice. 2 hours ago
- @shannylm possibly, for the second round. It falls at the end of mwf, so good timing... you? 3 hours ago
- One week left for Hot Desk applications @wheelercentre - don't miss out! ow.ly/l056I 4 hours ago
- Starting work on the @RueBebelons building makes me sad. http://t.co/7wG08K7ayy 9 hours ago
- Just realised that I'm incredibly lucky that Monday is the day I go to Very Cool Job. Counteracts the Monday. 10 hours ago
Tag Archives: websites
That’s it. Semester over! This semester was big. Really big. Fourteen novels for just two of my subjects and that’s only the stuff with covers. At least two reams of paper, lots of ink, hours and hours of reading off … Continue reading
Last week I posted about Ex Calamus, the new webzine I’m involved in with fellow RMIT Creative Writing students. The latest installment in Ex Calami glory is called “Cxxx” – don’t ask me the meaning, but I do think of … Continue reading
It’s Latin for “from the pen”. Dig? I think it’s a smart name. Ex Calamus is a publishing collective powered by RMIT Creative Writing students. We were looking for a way to keep ourselves writing and get in practise for … Continue reading
Today you clicked that Twitter or Facebook link here, and all of a sudden you were somewhere unfamiliar, right?
“What the hell is this?!” you said.
“White background?! Drop down menus?! This is not that same blog that reeks of default that I know and love!”
…Suck it up. You’ll learn to know and love this one. I promise.
I got sick of the oh-so-default theme I had, there was something disgustingly kitsch about it. And entirely not customisable; Thanks Wordpress!
So now we have something which navigates much more nicely, is much easier on the eye than the old theme, and which I feel can be taken more seriously.
In the coming weeks (…months? Year?) the default banner will be changed to something personalised and swish. Just you wait ‘n’ see!
Have you heard about Virgule?
Virgule is the Voiceworks blog, which has been up and running for about a month now. At this stage, Virgule is penned (…keyed?) by members of the Voiceworks team, but I believe in future they’ll be looking for guest bloggers to help with content. Having said that, there’s no shortage of brilliance up there at the moment. Continue reading
Dr Wicked’s Write or Die is an online writing tool that promises to “put the ‘prod’ in ‘productivity’”. Write or Die enforces the above (“two options”) ultimatum on your writing. You tell Write or Die how long you’d like to write for (from … Continue reading
One of the fantastic links from the Creative Liberty post from last night was over at JourneyJuju.com. This awesome post looks at a creative person’s hierarchy of needs (as opposed to everyone else’s, which were outlined by Abraham Maslow in 1943). Creative people, according … Continue reading
…and she was. I watch her sketching whatnots in class, there’s snippets of life that she likes to pin to the edges of lecture pads. That’s just what I’ve witnessed. Much of what I haven’t witnessed has recently been brought … Continue reading