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Creatives and The City

Creatives and The City

News, UK
A thought all millennials have had- living in the city makes you more creative. City life seems magical from afar; with artists on every corner, and musicians on every pub bench. But does that mean cities make you more creative, and what exactly is the relationship between the industry pros and the city? Fine Art student at Central Saint Martins in London, Miriam Klan, says “I don’t think the city is necessarily a creative place. But, when taken into account the fact that most of us move here from basically a no name town, that sense of freedom can be the catalyst that strikes creativity; Especially with all the culture you have here, architecture has a lot to do with that sense of grand freedom I think.” Many online personalities, such as Los Angeles based YouTuber, Meghan Hug
Blue Planet II leaves viewers in guilt

Blue Planet II leaves viewers in guilt

Entertainment, News, TV, UK
Words: Fatima Nasir | Subbing: BBC One’s master piece based on the Earth’s oceans aired its finale last night leaving viewers mesmerised by the beauty of the blue planet and feeling absolutely remorseful. The finale came with a warning and a deep-set realization for most. Enthusiast audience for the show were quick to take to twitter their increased concerns about the world's oceans as a result of David's revelations. One user expressed, 'This man is a hero. Our hearts are breaking'. Another Twitter user exclaimed the documentary to be 'heart-breaking'. Narrated by David Attenborough the expletory documentary series explores the depth of the seas, the fascinating creatures residing in the blue waters and discusses in detail marine conservation, pollution and
Would you have sex with a robot?

Would you have sex with a robot?

Featured, News
Are sex robots a threat to real intimacy, or nothing more than a sophisticated vibrator? Priced at around £4,000, the thought of sex-bots becoming a reality may seem far-fetched. However, problems may arise if the technology becomes mainstream and prices are lowered. Will the practice of human-robot sex be normalised? Leading tech company Realbotix, produces life-like dolls that can be interacted with via an app. Their slogan 'Be the first to never be lonely again', implies much more than just a physical relationship. Kathleen Richardson, founder of Campaign Against Sex Robots said at the 2017 Web Summit, that the technology is 'an outcome of egocentric misogyny'. But what do young Londoner's think? To find out, we went to a party in North London and asked people if they
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