222 Tall Poppy Syndrome, Outrage Culture & click bait -Solocast - 230819
After a month off, I’m back!
On this week’s show we discuss the quest for more meaningful content, changing the game as consumers in an effort to seek out and drive creation of more meaningful content and the power of being able to lift each other up:
- Tall Poppy Syndrome, Outrage Culture & click bait - what kinds of content are out there, finding more meaningful news sources (journalists or podcasters) and how to lift each other up.
- What I’ve been up to lately - project managing and speaking at UNSW’s inaugural Social Media Day, my first ever @hotndelicious photographic exhibition, selling artwork and becoming a street artist for the first time and my start this week with Academy Xi, instructing a course on Digital Growth Marketing.
- Kickass content! I share with you some of my faves of late:
- Yahoo Sport Reporter Chris Young’s take on Tall Poppy Syndrome, Outrage Culture & click bait with regards to the Ben Simmons storm in a teacup: https://au.sports.yahoo.com/ben-simmons-problem-australian-media-racism-liz-cambage-073446289.html
- @meandamici street art and challenging our individual online behaviours and Instagram “influencer” culture: https://www.instagram.com/p/B1Ip7aPASeo/
- New music by Jaguar Jonze - ‘Beijing Baby’:
- Joe Rogan podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-joe-rogan-experience/id360084272
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