BOOK REVIEW: HARRY COOK – PINK INK

Twenty-seven seems like it’s a bit young to write a memoir. But actor and LGBTQI activist Harry Cook has crammed quite a few things into his professional and personal life to date. Pink Ink is a chronicle of all of this, because, at its heart, it is a collection of Cook’s own stories and anecdotes. This is…

BOOK REVIEW: EMILY POWER – HOW TO BUY A HOME – FROM DEBT TO DEPOSIT

  Home ownership has long been considered the great Australian dream. But when you’re a first home buyer that prospect can seem overwhelming and more akin to a nightmare. Domain Group magazines editor Emily Power has written a guide titled How to Buy a Home – From Debt to Deposit, which is designed to help and educate…

BOOK REVIEW: TRACEY SPICER – THE GOOD GIRL STRIPPED BARE

  They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But in the case of Tracey Spicer’s femoir it’s a clever way of summing up her memoir’s content and is a clever depiction of her famous TEDx talk. Many readers will be familiar with Tracey Spicer through her work as a newsreader and TV…

DVD REVIEW: FORCES OF NATURE

  In Forces of Nature Professor Brian Cox answers the questions a child is likely to ask you. Why is every snowflake different? Why are honeycombs made up of hexagons? What is motion, etc.? This documentary series takes a leaf out of David Attenborough’s book by combining stunning natural scenes (where the high-definition video alone is…

FILM REVIEW: ZERO DAYS

  Imagine a scenario where a computer virus has the ability to affect a country’s power supply. It sounds like the plot of a thrilling, science fiction film. It is frightening to think that this could be the future of cyberwarfare, especially when one considers this in light of the Stuxnet event. Zero Days is…