Connor Tomas O’Brien

Connor Tomas O’Brien is the Wheeler Centre's Digital Content Producer. Formerly, he was the inaugural director of the Digital Writers’ Festival and Digital Programs director at the Emerging Writers' Festival. He is also designer of Voiceworks magazine and co-founder of ebookstore platform tomely.com.

Commentary

Patching Things Up: Kevin Andrews’ Quest to Win the Marriage Wars

News

KYD No.20 teaser, ‘Patching Things Up: Kevin Andrews’ Quest to Win the Marriage Wars’

Gaming & Technology

Taking Up Space: The legitimisation of creepshotting

Gaming & Technology

Pictures of pictures: Monument Valley and the rise of the in-game photographer

Gaming & Technology

Patrons and gamemakers in the shadow of Gamergate

Gaming & Technology

The Rise of the High-Minded Startup

Gaming & Technology

Jacqui Lambie and the limits of Remix Culture

Gaming & Technology

Don’t Look: The emergence of Streisand criticism

Gaming & Technology

Speaking with pixels

Gaming & Technology

Silicon Valley will eat itself

Gaming & Technology

Death to the Inbox

Gaming & Technology

Making trolls eat their words

Gaming & Technology

Reality vs. Instagram

Gaming & Technology

Could we crowdfund the dole?

Gaming & Technology

Dumbphones and smart kids

Gaming & Technology

The Web as an Empathy Machine

Gaming & Technology

‘Fooled’ by technology

Gaming & Technology

Flight 370 and gaps in the internet

Gaming & Technology

Clipped: What would Susan Sontag say about always-on cameras?

Gaming & Technology

Online festivals and diversity in the digital space

Gaming & Technology

Peak sharing and sustainable ‘Likes’

Gaming & Technology

#firstworldproblems: life in chindōgu culture

Books & Writing

Making and taking: striking a balance between consumption and creation

Books & Writing

One foot in, one foot out: why the best critics are all tangled up in what they’re criticising

Books & Writing

A very quiet battle: librarians, publishers, and the Pirate Bay

Books & Writing

‘Likes’ don’t pay the rent

Books & Writing

Third Wave Bookselling: Building a literary culture in the shadow of Amazon

Books & Writing

Moving away from free

Books & Writing

Twist a shout: Adelaide’s fight for artist-run spaces

Books & Writing

The great old media revival

Ⓒ 2017 Kill Your Darlings

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