<p>Do you watch The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack? It’s pretty good!</p>
Have you ever picked the gunk out from between your toes? It’s pretty good!
Have you ever had a fever, combined with a sore throat, general tiredness, severe headaches, joint and muscle aches, then uncontrollable diarrhoea and vomiting, made almost unbearable due to your dry, hacking cough and severe stomach pains - then after a few days you discover your internal organs have liquified (because you have vomited them up as you become a zombie-like mess)? If so, you’ve got the Ebola Virus and will be dead within a week. It’s pretty good!
Have you ever spammed everyone on Tumblr with the same inane message to promote some crappy show that no-one cares about; and then deleted / had your Tumblr deleted because you’re an absolute douche bag? It’s pretty good!
This is what Brisbane’s The Courier Mail has to say about her …
There’s something extremely seductive about Georgia Potter’s music.
It’s crisp and hook-heavy, but it’s also lyrically interesting. Potter has been playing in Brisbane - solo, and as part of several other acts - steadily for the last few years.
Her first album, the self-produced Living The Grey, saw her invited to festivals like Woodford and Island Vibe. She works extremely hard promoting her music, booking her own shows and producing her own work. That dedication is pushing her off to the UK soon, where she hopes to set herself up later this year. That’s no surprise.
When she sings “I’ve got a good thing going on right now,” you have to agree.
Yep. I couldn’t find a program that would do what I wanted so I wrote it myself. Just edited on the HTML page. If you like it just copy the code. It took me a while to figure out so it could save you a couple of minutes.
The US military is developing software that will let it secretly manipulate social media using fake online personas designed to influence internet conversations and spread pro-American propaganda.
A Californian corporation has been awarded a contract with the US Central Command (Centcom) to develop what is described as an “online persona management service” that will allow one serviceman or woman to control up to 10 separate identities at once.
The contract stipulates each persona must have a convincing background, history and supporting details, and that up to 50 controllers must be able to operate false identities from their workstations “without fear of being discovered by sophisticated adversaries”.
The project has been likened by web experts to China’s attempts to control and restrict free speech on the internet.