The Click Economy

Facebook is part of life. There’s no shame in admitting it: I use it, you probably use it, and, like many things in life, it wants our money. From ‘free’ games to clickbait, Facebook is full of user traps that can and will harm you – however small or inoffensive that harm is. Facebook will store more of your personal information than is necessarily legal; … Continue reading The Click Economy

Movement and Ideology. [Part 1 – The Right to Offence]

First of all, sorry for the lack of content over the past few weeks! University work, and preparations for my charity fundraiser in aid of the Sophie Lancaster Foundation, have been exhausting. Moving away from Undertale (sorry, people!), I did find time to jot down some thoughts on an important issue of this era. These thoughts became an essay, which is still too small to … Continue reading Movement and Ideology. [Part 1 – The Right to Offence]

Perfect Government

[British and World Politics] The historical emergence of democracy is often associated with the shift in the ownership of knowledge from an elitist core to the common masses, elevating those below to stand – at least intellectually – beside their former betters in the march towards a brighter future. In modern times, everyone in the West has access to the knowledge they need to make … Continue reading Perfect Government