tip off

Does the Labor narrative narrative stand up?

We all complain Labor lacks a narrative. But what if positive narratives are now impossible to effectively communicate? Look overseas and it may well be the case.

READ MORE

Put in some effort and you’ll get Lost

After six seasons, Lost is winding up. What makes this so important for narrative TV in the US? It’s the first time a show has been able to structure itself to end on its own terms. And that’s been a very good thing.

READ MORE
Crikey Blogs | FEDERAL|

Desperately seeking Malcolm

I could imagine John Howard’s childhood geography, but not Malcolm Turnbull’s. If he can’t define himself as more than the sum of his ambitions and achievements, I think he will never be Prime Minister, says Michael Gawenda.

READ MORE

Bahnisch: The postmodern election

If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the Howardian culture wars, it’s that postmodernism is evil. Stick to the facts and memorise the dates, get the narrative straight. But this election campaign is nothing if not postmodern, writes Mark Bahnisch.

READ MORE

Rundle: No competing visions, just competing offers

No doubt the lights are burning and the heads are aching in Labor HQ as I write, as the wonks pour over such figures as are available, desperate to find a hole in the $34 billion great new tax giveaway, writes Guy Rundle.

READ MORE

Womens Agenda

loading...

Smart Company

loading...

StartupSmart

loading...

Property Observer

loading...