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The Pointless Marriage of the BBFC and Netflix

When your descriptions of potentially offensive or objectionable content seem to go unnoticed, stick a few coloured badges on your movies. That'll fix it.
Mass Effect Andromeda | Kath Rella

How I Would Continue the Story of Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect: Andromeda may be dead but I still enjoyed the game enough to want to see more. Here are my ramblings on how I would proceed with the story.
Carer Thoughts: Mental Health Services Fail Carers - Kath Rella

Carer Thoughts: Mental Health Services Fail Carers

Accessing mental health services is unduly difficult and fraught with bureaucracy
My Study With The Open University - Kath Rella

Carer Thoughts: My Open University Study

Some of my motivations for and experiences of studying with The Open University.
A Man Called Matt Hancock MP

A Man Called Matt Hancock MP: Tamer of the Wild West

He's not a Man With No Name, he's Matt Hancock and he's riding into the outlaw's lair to take the fight to them. Armed with his trusty pistol of righteousness, Matt will tame the Wild West of the Internet or ruin everything trying.
Kath Rella's Weekly Review - Week 1, January 2017

Kath’s Weekly Review: Week 1, January 2017

A brief summary of my achievement's during the 1st week of 2017. This week - novel revisions, scriptwriting, essays and website revamps!
Cities: Skylines - Kath Rella

Cities: Skylines, Or Why I’m Not a Town Planner

A few pictures from my work-in-progress in Cities: Skylines, and some thoughts on why it's superior to SimCity.

Look, Ma! I’m a Journalist: Adventures With Algorithms

When an algorithm decides to assign you a new job title, perhaps it's time to have a think about the trust we place in pieces of code?
Cities: Skylines, More Pics of New Aston - Kath Rella

Cities: Skylines, More Pictures of New Aston

I've dubbed my city New Aston. Here's some pictures from the districts of Bethridge and Corwood.
If You Don't Know About International Men's Day, It's Because You Don't Really Care

If You Didn’t Know About International Men’s Day, It’s Because You Don’t Really Care

International Men's Day is November 19th. When you criticise International Women's Day for having no male equivalent, you're simply proving you don't care.

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