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Caitlin Hall

Caitlin is a keen writer of fiction and non-fiction and she holds a degree in English Literature from the University of York. Over the last few years, she has created various blogs and articles for multiple companies and publications. She also has her own film blog that demonstrates her passion for the industry.

AI hand automating future Arts and Entertainment

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.

LinkedIns 20 Big Ideas for 2023


If the past few years have proved anything, it’s that life is unpredictable. The world is a precarious place; you never know what’s around the corner.

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A Dark Age Like Never Before


The global population has reached 8 billion, a recession is looming in the UK, and war continues to rage across Europe.

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What makes a movie a Christmas Movie


The likes of Elf, Home Alone, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street, and The Santa Clause are all definitively Christmas movies. There’s no debate there.

Whats the deal with Twitter


Elon Musk began his acquisition of the social media platform, Twitter, in April 2022—and we still haven’t heard the last of it.

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Inbox Zero or 10000 Unread Messages which one are you


Personally, I can’t stand having unread emails in my inbox. That little red notification bubble is the bane of my existence.

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