Too Big and Too Small

British domestic architecture is largely made up of strange angles and peculiar proportions.  Or, at least that was the case in the kinds of flats I lived in during most of my twenties, when I was, first, a student and, later, a young academic with precious little dosh for rent.  One flat had soaring double-height … Continue reading Too Big and Too Small

“How Do You Consume Your Media?” It’s Time to Get Serious

This week I reminded my students that if they are serious about getting a good job in writing or communications then they need to get serious about their media consumption.  That means: a daily newspaper with an international focus, a weekly news magazine, and two to three high-quality monthly magazines.  'But that doesn't require you … Continue reading “How Do You Consume Your Media?” It’s Time to Get Serious