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Video thumbnail for youtube video Advertising Dot.com domains 'As Gaeilge'

Advertising Dot.com domains ‘As Gaeilge’

Blacknight, which owns Technology.ie, is Ireland’s leading domain registrar. We sell domain names on behalf of domain registries like Verisign, who operate the dot-com and dot-net registries, and we work with them on marketing. So when Verisign showed us their new international video ads, we knew just what to do! Tá áthas agus bród orainn […]

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Video thumbnail for youtube video Óglaigh na hÉireann ar YouTube [Video]

Súil siar ar 2013 ag Óglaigh na hÉireann [Video]

Tá eagraíochtaí an stáit ag baint an-úsáid as na meáin nua – tá tagairt déanta cheana againn do sheirbhís nuachta an rialtais ag MerrionStreet.ie.  Ach thar aon eagraíocht stáit, tá na físeáin Youtube is fearr ag Óglaigh na hÉireann: [youtube]http://youtu.be/-9aKqgZ_-BQ[/youtube]   Athbhreithniú ar an mbliain 2013 atá sa bhfíseán thuas ag an Arm agus ag […]

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Seo Chugainn na Fearainn Bharrleibhéil Nua!

[Editor’s note: Starting today, in addition to our usual service, technology.ie will include regular content in the Irish language.  Technology supports choice and opportunity, and while the English language dominates worldwide, almost half of all web content is in a language other than English. It’s not a zero-sum game, and technologists understand better than anyone […]

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Fáilte go TBEX! [Video]

TBEX, the travel bloggers’ conference, is on in Dublin and bloggers from all over the world are being wowed by Irish hospitality and culture. Fáilte Ireland are headline sponsors of the event, and the delegates are still talking about the reception on Wednesday night which put Irish language and culture centre stage, and blew everyone […]

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Lá Breithe Sona, Google

Via Laura Czajkowski, here’s a cute video celebrating Google’s 10 years in Ireland. [youtube]http://youtu.be/MxSBXbGTiAY[/youtube] Some might find it too sweet, but it does suggest that Google has absorbed a little Irishness. Go maire tú, Google  and please do keep working on the translations – GRMA! KTHKS!  

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