Launching Australia’s Cultural Atlas

Client University of Queensland School of English, Media Studies and Art History What we did The Cultural Atlas of Australia is an interactive digital map that displays the places and locations that appear in iconic Australian films, novels and plays. We worked with...

Dealing with blog comments

By Robbie Mitchell Do you want to start a blog or website but you’re anxious about the comments you might receive? One way to manage conversations is to not have a comments section. Although this practice may seem contrary to web 2.0/ 2-way communication, it’s...

New kids on the social media block climbing quickly

Last month Instagram overtook Twitter, with 300 million active users. It’s one of many new breeds of social media services that are causing seasoned social media networks and Internet services such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and Yahoo to sit up, take notice and...

International Water Association events

Client Quitz What we did Between 2011 and 2015, we worked for Quitz to prepare copy about the following events: IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2014 (Lisbon, Portugal) IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2012 (Busan, Korea) EcoForum 2012 (Sydney,...

A Polish lesson in Twitter

By Robbie Mitchell Over the past 10 months, Alison, Tom and I have travelled to Poland several times to run workshops in new media and web 2.0 for scientists. The 2-day workshops were borne out of our online course, Science Media Space, which we established with...