Editorial from Digital World Wired



Welcome to another edition of ‘Digital World Wired’.  As always each edition will bring you the latest news from the worlds of Entertainment, Science and Social Media outlets. 

Since its launch on the Evening of the 8th December 2013, Magellan-Fifteen20 (http://magellanfifteen20.webs.com) has received much positive feedback for its aims and ambitions.  As laid out in the proposal, 2014 will be spent promoting and building awareness of the Initiative and garnering support via donations from individuals and groups who share the vision proposed, as well as the passion we have for the project.  It is still early days but we are in no doubt we have a mountain to climb in getting that much needed support but don’t feel like losers. There is strength in numbers and the more people who support us, the more we can do to get things moving.  We can’t do it without you and it is you who ultimately count because it is only you who can help us.  We look forward to your support.

The Local Government and European Elections were held on Thursday 22nd May.  The only leader of a British Political Party who has cause to celebrate is Nigel Farage of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP).  That should come as no surprise to anyone outside of the Political Class.  Ideology has very little space in the lives of ordinary people who are struggling to survive in an ever increasing harsh society where it is difficult to make a living working on zero hour contracts with no stability or security to their lives.  If they are able to make a living at all.  People were clearly not impressed with the constant smears made against UKIP and its Leader.  Yes, there were UKIP candidates who made remarks that many deem gross, racist and offensive but the Conservative Party has a long history of its candidates and Members of Parliament (MPs,) making equally offensive remarks, not to mention playing the Race Card.  People were not fooled and as I result made their feelings known via the Ballot Box.  Britain – England in particular is now four party political arena and that is how the 2015 General Election will be played out. 

Anyone involved in the Performing Arts who has worked hard and made many sacrifices before they got their big break (if they got that break at all,) will take exception to Robert Pattinson’s advice to young actors.  “Get in therapy, become a serial killer or kill yourself,” he says.  I know many actors, young and old (myself included,) who would literally die to have the type of career Robert Pattinson has enjoyed to date.  His problem may be due to his achieving fame, fortune and success very early on in life, which probably explains why he feels the way he does about his life and career.  Maybe if he had struggled for years as a hungry, penniless actor, his view would be far different. My advice Robert is enjoy life and a successful career while it lasts.  This Business retires you eventually. 

News that an eight foot shark was caught off the coast of North Devon in South-West England, makes me wonder whether a reboot of the Jaws movie franchise has a new location.  Steven Spielberg always loved making films in the UK.  A new Jaws movie set off the UK Coastline is just waiting to be made.  Does anyone have Mr. Spielberg’s telephone number?
There is plenty more to see, read, and watch domestically and internationally throughout this edition of Digital World Wired.

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