In her last Idealog column, Alex Walls reflects on how to leave a job with grace and dignity.
Business cards must be one of the last bastions of the stationery empire.
When you’re removed from the forced socialisation that university provides, and if your work doesn’t abound with people who enjoy fleas and raw meat, finding new friends can be difficult.
Much like foozeball, job searching can be the Devil.
As Shakespeare said, the object of art is to give life a shape – even if that shape comes with a little rattle of the money tin.
I’m experiencing a broken economy first hand and it’s all about buses.
When you’re travelling, it’s easy to get homesick. Things like a Fat Freddy’s Drop song playing over an Amsterdam restaurant’s sound system or seeing pounamu around the neck of a fellow can bring on a pang for New Zealand’s wide empty beaches and people who don’t think ‘kia ora’ is a subtle insult referring to their mother.
One hundred and forty characters is not a lot for a death threat, but Twitter has some adroit users.
Creative marketing is the way to go when selling one’s worldly possessions via the internet, writes Alex Walls.
Hi, my name is Alex, and I’m a girl gamer. There, I said it. I feel better now. It’s a fact about life that should surprise no one; there are girls who like to play video games.