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Aye aye, AI - how effective are you?

Canva has recently added its own AI image generator to its online software, and programs like DALL.E 2 and Midjourney are becoming increasingly popular.


As Mass Effect 3 turns 11 are people investing in new games?

My Daughter (Female, 15) continually plays both Minecraft (originally released in 2011) and Roblox (originally released in 2006) and rarely ventures into new game territory.

The BBC have already lost the war for the 10:30am radio time slot

Due to speculated internal politics at the BBC, Ken Bruce was forced out at the start of March despite original plans to fill out the remainder of his contract which would allow the BBC to find a replacement host and maybe even a rival game show.

Are the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S Failures?

The next generation of games consoles has been out for quite a while now. Sony released their PS5 in November 2020, as Microsoft released the Xbox Series X; however, nobody could get their hands on either one at that time.

Hogwarts Legacy Proves Single Player Games Aren’t Dead

Single-player games have been a rarity in recent years. The gaming industry has been taken over by the free-to-play model, simply because, in the long run, it can make more money for the developers.

Reminiscing on the past decade with Google Search Trends

Working in marketing, I’m always aware of current events and new trends. I have to be up on the latest social media crazes in my job, but my habit of keeping up to date with all things popular extends into my time outside of work.

The humble paperback is still in demand

Though digitalisation seemed to decimate the physical book market, statistics show that it’s bouncing back.

Love Island is awful, but I still watch it!

Often described as the lowest form of entertainment, Love Island is mind-numbing, but that’s the point.

AI Audiobooks: Technology is decimating the arts, one industry at a time

Recently, Apple deployed a new selection of AI-narrated audiobooks. Perhaps in anticipation of a backlash and divided opinions, the launch was remarkably quiet.

A rundown of 2022 (Part Two)

Following on from my previous article, here are the standout moments of the latter half of 2022. Are they still fresh in your mind?

A rundown of 2022 (Part one)

Happy New Year! Now that 2022 has come to a close, let’s look back at some of the things that happened during the last year. How many do you remember?

The death of entertainment

I admit, I don’t watch a lot of TV. That said, I do tune in to a few mainstream shows. I loved the BBC’s newest psychology exercise, The Traitors—it felt like an original format/concept, and it kept my family gripped.

The rise of ‘free to play’ games

The gaming industry has a new trick up its sleeve—the free to play model—which has become a popular way to attract new players.

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