“Alexa, write editorial”

by Matthew Moynihan To say it’s been a consequential few weeks since I last wrote to you would be the understatement of the century, or maybe just 2020, it’s been a long year.  Across the pond, the human manifestation of the tanline has been booted from office, with his right-wing allies continuing their delicate balance of politically fellating him and quietly distancing themselves like they’ve … Continue reading “Alexa, write editorial”

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“Alexa, Write Editorial”

Editor-in-Chief Matthew Moynihan reflects on a tumultuous year, an AI Government and the seismic impact Artificial Intelligence will play for decades to come.   To say it’s been a consequential few weeks since I last wrote to you would be the understatement of the century, or maybe just 2020, it’s been a long year.    Across the pond, the human manifestation of the tanline has … Continue reading “Alexa, Write Editorial”

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Editorial #2 – The Housing Crisis

by Matthew Moynihan Given the season, my mental projection of the reader right now is most likely an accurate one, – I picture you sitting in front of your laptop or phone, somewhere comfortable with a hot cup of tea or coffee, soothing a mind frayed by assignments, pre-recorded lectures and the current state of affairs*.  Moving away from the asterisked nihilism, however, the picture … Continue reading Editorial #2 – The Housing Crisis

Editorial – Issue #1

Becoming the Editor-in-Chief of Motley Magazine is undoubtedly the most memorable and positive outlier for me in this most bizarre and socially-tectonic of years. Taking this publication into the future is a distinct and singular honour. I take on this role cognisant of the high standards set by my predecessors and with a determination to push beyond the constraints of traditional and antiquated conceptions of … Continue reading Editorial – Issue #1

“The Times They Are a-Changin”

    Something that has always amazed me is that, to this day, the fantastic work young people do is often discounted. The ability of younger generations today to inspire real social change on a mass scale is often overlooked. For many in Ireland, the youth voice was thought to be a far-off cry, a whimper in the dark, which certainly was never the case, … Continue reading “The Times They Are a-Changin”