Mel Campbell June 22, 2010 1 Comment
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, the Force was strong with craftspeople. Here's some fun, easy projects floating around the internet, like objects in the air under a Jedi’s mental control.
Mel Campbell June 17, 2010 12 Comments
After last year’s colourful train wrecks, it seems black, ruffles and old-fashioned glamour were the order of the evening for the Midwinter Ball. With not a fedora in sight.
Mel Campbell June 1, 2010 8 Comments
The Sex and the City franchise has become decidedly uncool -- the pleasure lies in anticipating the next catty, bilious review. They're well deserved, says Mel Campbell from the red carpet.
Mel Campbell May 31, 2010 3 Comments
So you like vampires. Well, forget your wimpy Twilight crap. Forget Daylight, Blade, True Blood or even Buffy. Kindred: The Embraced, a cult TV series from 1996, sexed up vampires first.
Mel Campbell May 28, 2010 28 Comments
Freelancers are increasingly waking up to realise that if their work is good enough for a commercial outlet, they deserve to be paid.
Mel Campbell May 19, 2010 11 Comments
As David Cameron prepares to move into No.10 Downing Street, a vastly more important British civil service post has yet to be filled: the resident Downing Street cat. It has strong historical significance.
Mel Campbell May 19, 2010 1 Comment
You don’t have to be a dad to take pride in telling lame jokes. Today, add some joy to your life and learn some terrible gags to impress your family, friends and colleagues!
Mel Campbell April 23, 2010 5 Comments
The Anzac legacy is a contentious one, but if there’s one aspect of war we can all agree on, it’s that military animals -- goats, elephants, dolphins and bear cubs! -- are pretty adorable, writes Mel Campbell.
Mel Campbell March 8, 2010 1 Comment
Make the most of the last sunny (or not-so-sunny, if you're drowning in Melbourne) with these homemade lemonade recipes.