Last week Technology.ie went to TBEX, the world’s largest gathering of travel bloggers and travel industry professionals. TBEX Europe was held in Killarney, County Kerry, and our parent company Blacknight was a sponsor and exhibitor. Essentially the conference is a two-day event, but it gets padded out at both ends by several days of touring […]
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We recently attended Bloggerconf in Dublin, where Blacknight was a sponsor and exhibitor. At the break, I took a camera around to discover who was there and what they thought of the event. Blogger events are going from strength to strength in recent years. It’s not so long since blogging was charitably viewed as a hobby, […]
Update: now you can watch the show on the TG4 Player. Tune into TG4 this evening at 6:25pm for the latest episode in the series Gleo, which features discussion on topics of interest to young people. Tonight’s show is about blogging, and I’m on the panel! The programme is in Irish, with subtitles in English. Clár comhrá do […]
TV and radio producer Pat O’Mahony has a reputation as someone who is as comfortable with new media as with old. That’s partly due to a series of Christmas programmes he made for RTE in 2009, 2010 and 2011 called Now That’s What You Called News. Based on Google’s Zeitgeist Report on popular searches, the show […]
The Irish law blog Cearta.ie is offline this morning after its owner, Dr. Eoin O’Dell of Trinity College, shut it down in response to a decision regarding its academic value. Responding to queries from his followers on Twitter this morning, Dr. O’Dell explained that he had shut down his blog because the Head of […]
Lorna Dollery won Best Blog Post at Blog Awards Ireland, for her piece on the reality of life for an Irish graduate. A media graduate, she thinks that blogging is essential for students and young professionals who are trying to get established in their field. Loading the player … Lorna has recently emigrated to the […]
We really like Zemanta, so this infographic caught my eye: (To find out more about how we use Zemanta check this.) Do you use Zemanta? Which features do you like?