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Spectacular SpaceX Images are Free on Flickr

SpaceX, the commercial Space company founded by Elon Musk has created an account on Flickr and published over 100 pictures under a Creative Commons licence. In so doing they are apparently following NASA’s lead which has traditionally made photographs available in the public domain. Motherboard reports that SpaceX originally used an Attribution-NonCommercial licence but later […]

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Interior of St Patrick's Cathedral, on Google Streetview

Google Releases New Off-Road Streetviews from Irish Landmarks

Google Street View has just released a new collection of imagery from parks, castles and historic sites from across the country. A wide range of iconic locations can now be accessed right from your phone, tablet or computer including Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin’s oldest medieval cathedral; Co. Clare’s Ennis Friary founded by the Franciscans in the […]

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How Many Hours Do Irish People Actually Work?

Morgan McKinley have published the results of a survey of Irish working hours. I’m not sure how accurate the results are, as the methodology wasn’t exactly scientific: The Survey was carried out in September amongst 200 of Morgan McKinley’s clients in the areas of accounting & finance, financial services, tech, engineering, science and office support. […]

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Shutterstock Proves Stock Photos Can Be Amazing

Shutterstock, are celebrating a major milestone: 40 million images in their collection! In celebration, they’ve curated a selection of spectacular images on their blog, ranging from stunning portraits, to vivid landscapes, wildlife, food and art. They’ve kindly allowed us to feature some of them on Technology.ie.  Enjoy!   To see the full selection, visit the Shutterstock blog.   […]

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British Library Adds 1 Million Free Images to Flickr

The British Library has just uploaded a million images to Flickr, and they’re all copyright-free! The images come from books held by the library dating from the 17th, 18th and 18th century which have been digitised by Microsoft. The Library hopes to “stimulate and support research concerning printed illustrations” and plans to launch a crowdsourcing […]

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