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Thank God Jane Austen didn’t Have Facebook to Deal with by Mattie Mould

February 10, 2013

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I’m not an especially skilled Facebook stalker, nor do I find the activity anywhere nearly as interesting as re-reading J. K. Rowling interviews online. However, I have recently begun to wonder if those of the non-Facebook generation had it easier when it came to matters of the heart? Does ubiquitous (if slightly manipulated) information on […]

“In Transit”: The Age of the Twentysomethings by Mattie Mould

December 19, 2012

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How do they do it? People with a huge amount of creativity and initiative are cropping up all over the place and making me feel like I haven’t achieved much. In Jimmy Kimmel’s Emmys opening monologue he gave a shout out to Lena Dunham to welcome her as a new face in Hollywood. He said […]

“SYD 2030”: The Eastern Suburbs in 5 to 10 minutes by Mattie Mould

May 30, 2012

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SYD2030 could easily have been pretentious, over-dramatised and predictably cliché but it isn’t. This web series created by Sydney locals and young talent of the eastern suburbs is funny, scandalous and is helping to pave the way for youth in Australian media. The show follows five central characters who attend Sydney University, who are trying […]

Staff Favourites 2: “‘You’re Dripping Egg’ Article”

December 18, 2011

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In honour of You’re Dripping Egg’s first successful year of publication, the YDE contributing staff have nominated some of their favourite articles from 2010 and 2011:  Hilary Binks and Caitlin Hamond:  Joanna Ward on the Forbidden Fruit Will Kay:  Cosmo-topia! Paris by Hannah Warnaar Lachy Larmour:  “ElfYourself” 2011: A Review by Lachy Larmour Hannah Crone:  […]

YDE Update: Mudfest 2011!

August 19, 2011

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Mudfest 2011 is the biennial Arts festival which runs at the University of Melbourne for 10 days (18th – 28th August). You’re Dripping Egg has teamed up with the (unofficial) guide for Mudfest, Muddy Leaks to review some of the best events that the 2011 Mudfest program has to offer.  Our YDE: Mudfest 2011 staff […]

An Ode to “Fishy”, the Facebook Flash Game, as if Written by German Director Werner Herzog by Andrew Michaelson

June 16, 2011

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Plunged into the water, our little fish swims. He is not the biggest fish in the pond, but certainly the most cruel, merciless. This seemingly innocent little fish, unstuck from love or practice, a reminder of our own fragility and youth now lost. It represents an insatiable hunger, consuming his companion fishies for food. He is […]

Fashion and the Net: Passion-palooza by Caitlin Hamond

April 18, 2011

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In a world where the witty and charismatic dominate, being lost for words is something I frequently struggle with. Actually I’ve lied already – I’m rarely lost for words. I love to talk. More so, I’m lost for lengthy and complex words that would score well in ‘Words With Friends’, or impress your boyfriend’s parents. […]