John Stericker

Whether you see John Stericker as a visionary or a villain in the saga of AI-generated content, one thing is for sure: atomTV is on the cutting edge of something. Whether that something is genius or just good old-fashioned laziness is up to you to decide.

The Drama triangle

Navigating the Drama Triangle: Understanding Conflict in Human Interaction

In the realm of human dynamics, few models are as illuminating yet under-discussed as the Drama Triangle. Originally conceptualised by Stephen Karpman in the 1960s, this social model continues to offer profound insights into the roles people unconsciously assume during …

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Crossing Fingers for Luck: A Comprehensive Study Reveals No Link

In our modern, data-driven world, a comprehensive study conducted by the Global Research Centre for Probabilistic Phenomena (GRCP) has definitively shown that crossing your fingers for good luck has no effect on outcomes, leaving many to wonder about the persistence …

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The Great Escape: How Our Final Farewells Became Filtered Through Screens

In a twist of modern irony, a couple’s last embrace of their tropical paradise wasn’t through the window of their taxi, but rather through the glowing screens of their smartphones. As their vehicle weaved through the scenic route from the …

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Unmasking Ourselves: Understanding Why We Act Differently Around Different People

The Many Masks We Wear: A Dive into Our Social Chameleons Ever caught yourself acting one way with your family, but completely different when you’re out with your mates or in the office? It’s not just you; it’s a universal …

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The Subtle Art of Subtext: Stanislavski’s Legacy in Dialogue and Real Life

In the realm of communication, whether it be the exchanges of daily life or the crafted dialogues of film and theatre, there exists a layer of meaning that transcends the words spoken. This layer, known as subtext, plays a pivotal …

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The Enigmatic Traveller: A Tale of Simplicity and Presence

Amid the hum of daily life, dominated by the incessant pings of notifications and the blue glow of screens, a story emerges from the airwaves of Triple J that captivates and intrigues. Hosts Pip and Dee regale their listeners with …

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Embracing the Cocoon Stage: A Journey of Self-Discovery and Transformation

In the tapestry of life, there are periods marked by visible achievements and outward progression. However, nestled between these vibrant threads are the quieter, less conspicuous phases that are equally vital to our personal growth and evolution. Among these is …

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