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Winter’s last day. Spring tomorrow.
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Strange, but apparently true: there are no 'dark patterns' among major Irish online retailers. Or so says Ireland's consumer watchdog (CCPC) in new report. (A 'dark pattern' can be buried info on cheaper options or making it hard to unsubscribe.) independent.ie/business/tech…
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One striking element of the tech layoffs is how people are informed -- by personal email or being locked out of work systems. Is that easier or harder than being fired face-to-face? independent.ie/business/pros…
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In the movie adaptation of ‘Up in the Air’, George Clooney’s job is to sweet-talk staff who are being fired. “This isn’t the end, it’s just the beginning,” he says soothingly, as he hands them their exit documents. Is that better or worse than layoff notice via email?
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In Ireland, most people can only watch today’s FA Cup Liverpool match on a betting app. Wrote about this extensively last year — time to change our system?
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* Was on Premier Sports, too
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This whole episode has been a poor reflection on us as a country. Sad, but appropriate, that it was that particular comedian, held as a real symbol of identity for so many here. In fairness to him, he genuinely apologised. That so many don’t understand Emer’s hurt is really sad.
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A subscription you refuse to cancel despite rarely using it? Me: Mubi.
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Six months since I watched a film on it. (€12pm) And yet… “No, I might watch that Lars Von Trier masterpiece” etc
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My streaming (and other content) subs are well over €100pm, not including Sky/Virgin. I can’t be the only one to use less than half regularly, but won’t cancel because ‘there could be something next month’.
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About to leave the office. But can’t with things this way
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The most recent advanced.farm robotic apple harvester can pick ~30 apples in one minute [read more: buff.ly/3DLnLXc]
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This might be the greatest "Shot, Chaser" in the history of Twitter.
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“It was a big reason why I did the MBA.” @JamieHeaslip and @AdrianWeckler discuss @BernardBrogan’s blog post about trying to do business as a sports star. The Big Tech Show in association with @Square. ow.ly/tCfY50MBhgB
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“It was a big reason why I did the MBA.” @JamieHeaslip and @AdrianWeckler discuss @BernardBrogan’s blog post about trying to do business as a sports star. The Big Tech Show in association with @Square. ow.ly/tCfY50MBhgB
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