In Part Two of our chat with PostSecret founder Frank Warren, we discuss a community based around confessions, dodgy web awards, the ill-fated app, and more.
Frank Warren collects your secrets and posts them on the internet. We ask Warren why, after eight years and half a billion hits, people still can’t get enough handcrafted confessions.
Chris Brown is apparently such a douche that the Herald Sun doesn’t even need to hear what Adele said to know she gave him a “tongue-lashing” at the Grammys.
In this summer season’s final podcast: Bueller sells cars, Franzen hates e-books, the Orwellian Prize, the best TV of 2012, how future technologies are coming along, and we chat to comedian Kate McLennan.
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.
In our penultimate week, we talk Julian Assange’s TV show, karaoke wars, flag-waving racists, faltering music fests, surprisingly alive celebs, and chat to Shadow Electric outdoor cinema programmer Jean Lizza.
This week we discuss SOPA, Golden Globes, Hilltop Hoods’ US signing, Coke adding more names, the Plausible Family Casting game, and the most promising books of 2012 with contributor Andrew Doyle.
A fantastic podcast this week (if we do say so) featuring hardcore reunions, a Labyrinth prequel, Pinocchio, Words Of The Year, haunted Melbourne, and Letters And Numbers star David Astle.
A calamitous episode this week featuring Rupert Murdoch hitting twitter, top sci-fi books, the death of Tarzan’s chimp-pal Cheeta, and we discuss Ellis V Williamson with columnist Ben Eltham.