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Month: April 2014

Saol an tSacair

Cuireann Robbie Murray síos ar an am atá caite aige le foireann shacar na hollscoile…

Snámh Phádraig

Ghlac Caoimhe Seoige páirt i Snámh Phádraig, prostate agus scríobh sí alt dúinn chun eolas a scaipeadh i dtaobh na heachtra seo … Níl a fhios agam ar thuig chuile dhuine céard a bhí i gceist leis an snámh. Mí…

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Muinín

Tugann mac léinn aibí John Collins spléachadh dúinn ar a shamlaíonn sé le muinín… Cad is brí le “muinín”? Chun teacht ar thuiscint ar an gcoincheap ní mór dúinn idirdhealú a dhéanamh idir “féinmhuinín” agus “muinín a bheith agat as…

25 Ways You Know It’s Exam Time…..

You’re desperately hunting for a table for a plug in James Joyce library, prostate clutching your laptop and books like they’re your children. Your lecture has already started and you’re still queuing up to pay for your coffee. You’re trying…

Where now for the Irish Property Market?

As the rest of the economy enters recovery, sovaldi what of Ireland’s tumultuous property market for 2014? The Irish economy is showing signs of life again, cialis with many of the key metrics with which we view economic health illustrating…

Ryanair opts for PR Makeover

O’Leary outlines new customer relations strategy for Europe’s biggest airline Ryanair, buy viagra the Irish airline spearheaded by Michael O’Leary, treat has announced a revamp of its customer relations strategy. The development will see the airline establish a new social…

Irish SME’s – Just Small Talk?

It’s time to prioritise small Irish businesses and get Ireland working again One of the most popular refrains by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the last two years has been that by 2016 Ireland will, viagra among other things, viagra…

#TwitterIPO

On the 12th of September 2013, clinic Twitter announced it was finally ready to spread its wings. A tweet of 135 characters announced one of the year’s biggest financial stories: Twitter was filing for an IPO. A not so public…

Blowing Bubbles: Google Filters

Kate O’Brien investigates the ethics of search engines filtering their content… Are you living in an online bubble where your online content is filtered to reflect your taste? Filters are for refining searches, sale giving you what you want. But…

Hop to it: What we can Learn from Katie Hopkins

Niamh Crosbie defends Katie Hopkins controversial persona…. She’s been stirring up trouble on-screen and off since 2006, drugstore and has kicked off more than her fair share of controversies in that time. Say what you may about Katie Hopkins, ambulance…

Mobile Manners

See that phone in your hand?  How about put it aside for a minute to read this article? Not capable of doing it, seek huh? Didn’t think so. Firstly, ed I don’t blame you. I’m sure stalking that person’s page…