Web of offers: social media revamps concept of vouchers for online shopping

In the Irish Independent.

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Future of journalism – it’s not just about the business model

Just read the transcript of this lecture given last week by the editor of the Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, about the future of journalism.

It’s quite long, but hugely interesting for all the examples he gives of how journalism can become even better in the digital world, but not in the ways you might expect. In other words, it’s not just about the business model.

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Cheques are checking out

In the Irish Independent today.

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The Seafarer – a captioned performance

Looking forward to the next of my occasional visits to the theatre, when we’ll be attending the captioned performance of Conor McPherson’s ‘The Seafarer’ at the Abbey on Jan 30th.

If it were not for the fact that the Abbey facilitates captioned performances, (thanks to the good work of AdiArts), I simply wouldn’t be able to follow it.

Wrote a piece about attending my first such captioned theatre performance here, although you’ll need a subscription to the Irish Times archive.

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Tinnitus awareness week coming up

Someone was asking me about tinnitus today and I had forgotten about this article I wrote last year for the Irish Times. Might be useful for those not familiar with it. Tinnitus awareness week, which is being organised by the Irish Tinnitus Association, is running from Feb 8th to 14th.

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Cold snap = high heating bills

In the Irish Independent today

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Do you understand what’s in your payslip?

In the Irish Independent today.

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Should classic cars be exempt from the NCT?

This may polarise opinion in classic car circles here. In today’s Irish Times.

Billy the beemer

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Broadband – it’s all about the quality of service

In the Irish Independent today

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How do you business network?

Online or offline? From the Irish Times.

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