Recently, two scenarios about the future were made by my nearest and dearest and I couldn't help but think how incorrect these backdated ideas were. Scenario 1: When discussing my future career, a family member made an argument for why I should be invested in a company such as Google or Facebook. Why? Because I … Continue reading #2: Man
As I come to the end of my four years of college, I find myself in quite a reflective mood. Each day is a melancholy trip down memory lane as I prepare to move out of my college home of Dundalk. As I am a sentimentalist, I wish to have as many records of my … Continue reading Waiting for Rabbits #1 – Bertha Mason and the Married Roommate
The full text of my thesis is now available online: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316841683_Has_the_Shift_from_Appointment_Television_to_Binge_Watching_Influenced_Audience's_Motivations_and_Behavioural_Habits Abstract The shift from appointment television to binge watching is a direct response to the development of new technologies and services. To understand what effect this has had on audiences, this study investigates how audiences engage with television today and how their viewing … Continue reading Has the Shift from Appointment Television to Binge Watching Influenced Audience’s Motivations and Behavioural Habits?
There are two types of people I don’t trust in this world, weather forecasters and critics. The latter proved true as I finished Netflix's newest original Girlboss after having read slating reviews. In a - successful - effort to avoid working on my thesis, I watched all 13 episode of Girlboss in 24 hours and … Continue reading In Defence of Girlboss
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meVcWmRFtXo&feature=youtu.be Charlotte, a five part story of one woman's journey through the french revolution. Script and Soundtrack produced by me, Kevin Carolan Charlotte was exhibited in the Fís exhibition (2016) in Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Today was yet another reminder that my understanding of myself remains in its infancy. Walking through Dublin City Centre, I blended in with all the others. Men and Women busying themselves, walking to work, just as I was. No one looked at each other, we remained occupants of our own minds while sharing a physical space … Continue reading #1: Flowers
This year is suspiciously lacking in Mistletoe and Wine. At least one of them must return and based on my current mood, I'd welcome the wine. While I may sound cynical, I must reassure you that I love Christmas more than any other holiday. It's just hard to enjoy it when there is a hint of … Continue reading It was Christmas eve…