Journalist, copywriter, content marketer & professional writer.
My writing focuses on business, technology, and the videogame space.
My journalism has been published in publications such as Rolling Stone, The Atlantic, EDGE, VICE, Polygon and Gizmodo.
I am the former Deputy Editor of SmartCompany, Australia's largest small business publication, and the former content producer for the PwC Digital Experience Centre.
I currently lead digital copy at MYOB, Australia's largest accounting software company.
My business, Stafford Content, produces writing and content marketing material for large, small and ASX-listed brands including KPMG, Touchcorp, Envato, TryBooking, Starcom Mediavest and SelfWealth.
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If you can't protest the national anthem in the land of the free then what is your freedom really worth?
...saying "everyone should learn to sing". I mean, yes, sure...but only a few people are ever going to make a living from it.
It is like singing. You can practice it. You can get better at it. It's a good skill to have. But "everyone should learn to code" is like...
After spending the last several weeks learning how to code through the CS50 course, I'm more convinced than ever it is a talent.