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From The42 Analysis: Boks add new layer to scrum attack while Wallabies strike clinically Smarts

Analysis: Boks add new layer to scrum attack while Wallabies strike clinically

The All Blacks thought they knew what was coming but Rassie Erasmus’ team changed the picture.

From The42 Analysis: The Jacob Stockdale try that downed the All Blacks in Dublin Chip And Chase

Analysis: The Jacob Stockdale try that downed the All Blacks in Dublin

Ireland had employed the clever reverse play before under Joe Schmidt.

From The42 Analysis: Leavy's try for Leinster continues a clever trend around the fringes One Two

Analysis: Leavy's try for Leinster continues a clever trend around the fringes

We’ve seen a similar tactic from Exeter, the All Blacks and Ireland, among others, in recent times.

From The42 Munster's Conor Murray underlines his deep rugby intelligence Analysis

Munster's Conor Murray underlines his deep rugby intelligence

The scrum-half’s first-half try was exceptionally clever.

From The42 'We were taking the mick out of him inside that it was a very handy one' Clever

'We were taking the mick out of him inside that it was a very handy one'

Peter O’Mahony was impressed with the performance from Munster’s backline against Toulon.

From The42 Analysis: David Pocock's understanding of the laws leads to a unique turnover Clever

Analysis: David Pocock's understanding of the laws leads to a unique turnover

The Wallabies back row showed his intelligence in what should have been a game-changing moment.

From TheJournal.ie 7 clever marketing campaigns that went down in history Sponsored By Nci

7 clever marketing campaigns that went down in history

We take a look at some of the best campaigns ever.

From The42 Analysis: Ben Smith's extra detail distinguishes his fullback play In Form

Analysis: Ben Smith's extra detail distinguishes his fullback play

The Highlanders player once again showed an intelligent skill to buy his side time at the breakdown.

Llama playing fetch, and bloody loving it

Fetch the ball TIna.

These books with a letter missing now have amazing covers Book Banter

These books with a letter missing now have amazing covers

Photoshop fun at it’s finest.

If you don't pick up your dog poo in Spain then this might happen... Poo Watch This post contains videos

If you don't pick up your dog poo in Spain then this might happen...

Talk about a “special delivery”.

From TheJournal.ie Books AND gaming both have place with student entrepreneurs Clever

Books AND gaming both have place with student entrepreneurs

Feeling down about the future of this country? These enterprising students give us a sense of hope…

From TheJournal.ie This ad is really footage of a €15k robbery Clever This post contains videos

This ad is really footage of a €15k robbery

A Brazilian menswear store turns the tables on pre-Christmas thieves with their new ad campaign.

From TheJournal.ie 4 stupidly simple but successful new inventions Clever Clogs

4 stupidly simple but successful new inventions

Start-up turns community-generated ideas into clever new products, paying back lifetime royalties to inventors.

From TheJournal.ie Things to do when you’ve been laid off: build a submarine Clever This post contains images

Things to do when you’ve been laid off: build a submarine

Chinese man is now selling his mini submersible vehicles to fishermen so they can catch lucrative sea delicacies.

THE DAILY MAIL might not be to everyone’s tastes, but here’s something creative that even the stoniest anti-Mail heart will acknowledge.

Most websites – including TheJournal.ie – have what’s called a robots.txt file, which is read by search engine robots and tells them what content not to include in their search results.

Blogger Malcolm Coles, however, has noticed that in the Daily Mail’s robots.txt file, amidst all of the usual technobabble, lies this piece:

It’s a little akin to Google’s Silicon Valley billboard posing a puzzle to passers-by, who are directed to a submit-your-CV page if they can come up with the right answer.

By the way – if you get this job, do let us know and we’ll send you our bank account details. Ta.