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.

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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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The Unexpected Renaissance of the Voice Message: A Retro Renaissance?

In an era where instant messaging reigns supreme and leaving a voicemail feels as archaic as dialling into the internet, something rather quaint is occurring. A chap named Dave recently left a voice message that has surprisingly stirred the digital …

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The Dawn Duel: Rituals of Success vs. The Myth of the Perfect Morning

In the quest to unravel the blueprint of success, one ritual towers above the rest: the morning routine. It’s a subject that has sparked debates from Silicon Valley to the bustling start-up hubs of London, dividing opinions sharply. At the …

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Beyond the Romance: Rethinking Societal Norms on Love, Relationships, Self-Discovery, and the Valentine’s Day Paradigm

In an era deeply influenced by the narratives of romantic love, the pursuit of relationships, and the societal pressures to conform to certain ideals of partnership, we find ourselves at a crossroads. These narratives, perpetuated through advertising, media, and literature, …

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Construction Company’s Daring Leap from Decorative Desk Duties to Diverse Inclusion Sends Ripples Through Newcastle

In an unprecedented move that’s bulldozing decades of tradition, ‘Brick & Bro’s Construction’ in Newcastle has replaced its reception desk’s long-standing decoration – a series of young, female receptionists – with Alex, a trans individual, thus rewriting the rules of …

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Unravelling the Illusory Truth Effect: The Intersection of Repetition and Belief

In an era where information spreads faster than ever, understanding the forces that shape our beliefs is crucial. One such force is the illusory truth effect, a psychological phenomenon demonstrating how repetition can make statements appear more truthful, regardless of …

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Sweet Dreams Are Made of This: The Power of Parental Suggestion

In a rather intriguing turn of events emerging from Newcastle, a child named Alex Johnson, aged 7, has reportedly experienced a ‘sweet dream’ subsequent to their parent’s seemingly innocuous nighttime farewell of “sweet dreams”. This incident has catalysed an intensive …

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Anaphora and Epistrophe: The Rhythmic Pillars of Persuasive Oratory in History and Cinema

In eloquent oratory, anaphora and epistrophe serve as powerful rhetorical devices. Anaphora involves the repetition of a phrase at the beginning of consecutive clauses, while epistrophe repeats a phrase at the end. These techniques have been employed by a diverse …

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Queen of the Zebra Crossing: A Royal Stroll or Pedestrian Entitlement?

In the bustling urban theatre, a new protagonist takes the spotlight, boldly claiming her territory on the zebra crossings. Enter Sue, a woman whose life-long commitment to pedestrian rights has culminated in a rather unorthodox philosophy: “The zebra crossing is …

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