Mel Campbell February 23, 2012 5 Comments
From a business point of view, Daily Life makes excellent sense. But it's still fluff to smart women.
Mel Campbell December 23, 2011 1 Comment
At this time of year, our thoughts turn to our own homes, which, while perhaps not filled with straw and manure, do often contain small, vulnerable creatures with Messiah complexes -- our pets.
Mel Campbell December 5, 2011 13 Comments
We don’t make men believe that "strength", "pride", "empowerment" and "inspiration" require them to strip in public, so why do women continue to believe it of themselves?
Mel Campbell November 18, 2011 4 Comments
Like superfans, we’ve been hanging out forever for President Obama to tour, and we just about lost our minds once he finally did.
Mel Campbell October 19, 2011 9 Comments
A recently released report revealed sexism isn’t always expressed in a handy sound bite you can boo and hiss at; more often it’s subliminal, intangible -- and deniable.
Mel Campbell October 12, 2011 8 Comments
Perhaps the loss of Jobs also hammers home another loss of jobs, as the much-vaunted "creative class" that overwhelmingly uses Apple products -- and defines itself at least partly by this use -- is turning out to be increasingly illusory and economically unsustainable for its workers.
Mel Campbell October 4, 2011 34 Comments
I make no secret of my opinion that Q&A is the worst show on Australian television. But a politician-free panel redeemed the ABC show last night.
Mel Campbell September 23, 2011
Yesterday BRW magazine released its annual Young Rich list of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs aged under 40. This list of 100 contains only eight women.
Mel Campbell September 14, 2011
The most striking thing about news of the closure of the Australian Literary Review has been the relative equanimity with which it has been greeted.
Mel Campbell September 1, 2011 9 Comments
Janet Albrechtsen's opinion piece in yesterday’s Australian was shocking -- you would never would have pegged her as a Sex and the City fan. Or suggesting all female sexual exploration is positive.