We all have influences in our work, little drops of inspiration we collect throughout our lifetimes that seep onto the pages of what we write. Today I will be examining the gothic work that I’ve been obsessed with since I was a child: Phantom of the Opera.
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Every quarter or so, I have to change the password on my work computer and the requirements are so complex and ridiculous I periodically forget what I’ve changed my password to. For instance, this time around, my password needs at least one capital letter (A-Z), a group of four lowercase letters (a-z), at least one symbol (!, %, etc.), and a group of at least 3 numbers (0-9). I realise the point is to make […]
I have a love/hate relationship with British daily newspapers which are (with the exception of The Times and The Guardian) for the most part slightly better-dressed tabloid rags. Don’t get me wrong, I freaking love that about them; Nigel from the study abroad programme told us British papers were properly read from back to front (sports first, of course), and the amount of smiling naked ladies was inversely proportional to the amount of pleasant happenings […]