Category Archives: technology

Wikipedia Hates Women: 4 Dark Sides of The Site We All Use

I co-wrote a piece for Cracked about my experiences editing Wikipedia. Advertisements

Posted in gender, technology, wikipedia

Ant-Man’s 3D falls flat

Big action movies – particularly superhero films – are these days often enough in 3D that Fantastic Four being a 2D-only release is news. But these days me and my friends usually specifically go for 2D showings. It’s just not … Continue reading

Posted in comics, marvel cinematic universe, technology

deep compositing

FXGuide wrote about deep compositing, touching on my work in this area for Nuke.

Posted in films, technology

Facebook introduces choice of 50 genders – but why can’t we write in our own?

I wrote a piece for the New Statesman about Facebook’s new gender options.

Posted in gender, technology

3D and The Day of the Doctor

I wrote an article about how “The Day of the Doctor” provides a reason for 3D cinema to exist.

Posted in doctor who, technology

On pressing the button

I wrote an explanation about why I thought the Wikipedia article for Chelsea Manning should be at that location.

Posted in gender, technology