Wild pig in old German. That is my dad's theory.
This is one part of a short series I created that explores how people think about their surname and it's impact on their identity. I found that most names have a great story, but not all of them are necessarily true.
On International Women's Day, I spoke to three women who work in branches of the media where women are minorities - sport, rural and in digital. We also discussed the ABC's decision to broadcast an all women lineup to mark the day.
I spoke to Luke Pearson, the founder of @IndigenousX. With a following of almost 30,000 people on Twitter and a weekly piece published in the Guardian, @IndigenousX is a successful media platform for Indigenous stories told by Indigenous people.
What is Quantum computing and why should you care? Plus what does the latest Wikileaks dump reveal about the CIA's ability to hack everyday devices.
Twitter's latest round of measures against abuse and trolling, broken business models in journalism and the transfer of power and influence from the press to social media, and the recently announced overhaul of the New York Times' copyediting systems.
Centrelink released the personal details of a journalist who wrote an article that criticised the agency. Was it legal? Was it ethical? And should the journo who received them have published his story? Plus, we discuss Mark Zuckerberg's manifesto and a startup with a novel take on audience engagement - Opinary.
A discussion about Fairfax mastheads's new leadership, popping the filter bubble, and Trump's war with the media. With Charlie Lewis (Crikey), Jason Whittaker (ABC Media Watch), and Jessica Rapana (Nine Honey).
A conversation with Dr Stephen Bright, Senior Lecturer of Addiction at Edith Cowan University, about the website he founded to monitor news reporting of issues relating to drugs and alcohol.…
I spoke to the director of the European Journalism Centre, Adam Thomas, about how to best understand audience behaviour and building news products that keep the reader hooked.