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This is the blog post I wrote for Congregation or #cong16, a really cool ‘un-conference’ style digital media and technology festival taking place in Cong, Co Mayo from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th November 2016. This is the fourth year of the event with over 100 experts from all over Ireland and overseas expected. Go along, blog your…

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I’ve been known to dabble in a bit of PR and I’ve come to the conclusion that sales people have a terrible nose for a story. I was involved in one of those marketing by committee (let’s cc everyone not in marketing for their marketing input) regarding a request for editorial submissions and to be quite…

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Less than one week to go before Web Summit opens its doors for the first time outside Dublin.  Late last year three generations of my family took a city break to Portugal’s capital and here’s what I learned: Lisbon is a vast city with pockets of splendor and seediness in equal measure. The guidebook told…

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I interview at least one person per working day and I’m not a recruiter. A couple of months ago, I wrote a blog post entitled “Research your Research Options” where I forbid you to limit your research activities to the humble survey.  Today, I’m asking you to consider using the not so humble interview for way more…

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve preferred to have my fingers in a few pies. In school, I worked part-time making sausages in our butcher shop, serviced my regular window cleaning customers, cleaned offices and taught swimming lessons (voluntary). In college, I worked in bars and catering and then to supplement a modest Masters’ scholarship, I lectured part-time, did…

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The RTE Prime Time Investigates crew were at it again last night (Monday 9.30pm, Feb. 22nd, 2016), angering the country in their expose on the overcrowding crisis in Irish hospitals.

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