You’ve heard of guided missiles, right? Well, no more tiresome launching from fighter jets, submarines or frigates! US government researchers have created a miniature version for your very own gun.
In a Darwinian media climate, how can The Enthusiast adapt and survive? To find out, we instituted a Reader Survey – and here’s how we plan to act on our readers’ suggestions.
While Gregory Maguire’s revisionist tales of Oz are witty, inventive and detailed, the dreary ending of his Wicked Years quadrilogy left us heavy-hearted.
Lovingly revived by Jason Segel and members of Flight of the Conchords, Jim Henson’s beloved vaudevillians make a triumphant big-screen return.
When was the last time you read a book written by an Australian woman? We explain why this year, we’re promising to read – and review – more.
When is someone ‘a teen’ in news coverage, as opposed to ‘a youth’? The Subeditorial Antics Appreciation Society examines how journalism plays on the public emotions associated with the young.
If you object to the violent incivility of Kyle Sandilands, how can you make it stop? Will petitioning the shock-jock’s sponsors work, or will it just stoke the controversy further?
Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes have taken their long-running friendship and creative partnership on the road, recording their banter as a podcast. In April 2012, they’re coming to Australia.
Last night, Coles Online was offering a $16 beer bargain that proved too good to be true. Now shoppers are angry that the retailer won’t honour their purchases.