Red Couch E03: Your Value Online; Spies on Twitter; Risking Gmail

This edition of the web-show on Internet freedom and security rates your value online, investigates spies on Twitter and asks: is Gmail safe? Directed and conceived by Alex Ulmanu and written, researched and presented by myself. Available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tGSe1h4S6I

Reindeer Salami

This short piece of fiction on divorce, family and the failure to communicate was shortlisted for the Wells Festival of Literature Short Story Award. The annual festival’s details are here – http://www.wellslitfest.org.uk/competitions.php   “I can’t believe you bought it for him.” “I thought it would be festive.” “And you put it in his stocking.” “It […]

The Happy Parents

A short piece of fiction published by the plucky and influential, but now sadly defunct Pulp.Net. It is still available online – http://www.pulp.net/fiction/stories/43/the-happy-parents.html It was when they were in their forties and we were living just outside a large city. Our house had three bedrooms and a small front and back lawn. There were no […]

Red Couch E02: War on Geek

A satirical web-show on Internet freedom and security, taking a swipe at the US Government’s targeting of nerds, Obama’s justification for spying and how parents violate kids’ rights online. Directed and conceived by Alex Ulmanu and written, researched and presented by myself. It’s developing, we believe. Available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vipI2ftez7o