Having trouble explaining to my 13 year old daughter why the Australian government isn’t sending a Ministerial delegate to the Warsaw Climate Change Conference. I wonder how Prime Minister Tony … Continue reading On Climate Change
Today we’re liking ‘rebarbative’, which the Oxford English Dictionary’s website describes as ‘unattractive or objectionable’. It has its origins in the Old French verb se rebarber ‘face each other ‘beard … Continue reading Word of the Day
We love the English language. Words can be many things; inspiring, withering, motivating, weaponry, clangers. They’re all part of the family. Every now and then, when there’s a word we … Continue reading Word of the Day
Holden on for dear life This article by Gideon Haigh makes sobering reading for anyone who thinks global competition is inevitable, socially productive and economically efficient. I’m all for choice, … Continue reading Holden on for dear life
We worked with Byron Bay based production company Rest Your Eyes to create these vignettes for our client, The Legendary Pacific Coast. We love the way they evoke feel-good memories … Continue reading Hey Mum, Look What We Made!
It doesn’t matter how technologically sophisticated we think we’ve become, you can count on the elements to initiate chaos amongst travellers. Waking today to cords of rain I drove through … Continue reading On Delayed Travel
Tourism is a complex industry. Businesses and individuals seek to generate profit from the provision of goods and services to people from other places. But it is also an industry … Continue reading On Tourism