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12 examples of how social media tears romance apart

Do you think Cupid has a Twitter? No. No, he does not.

7 secret website functions you probably don't know about

The internet’s so big cause it’s full of secrets.

From TheJournal.ie Best Irish website awards to introduce 'worst website' award The Ugly Truth

Best Irish website awards to introduce 'worst website' award

Nominations for the annual Realex Web Awards are now open. In terms of web design, this year’s ceremony will be recognising the bad and the downright ugly, alongside the good.

10 brilliant missed connections from Irish Craigslist

Craigslist is here to let you know.

From TheJournal.ie Column: We need education about porn, not censorship Porn

Column: We need education about porn, not censorship

While pornography can create dangerous misconceptions about sex, shutting down all such exploration only reinforces the notion that sex is something dirty and shameful, writes Genevieve Shanahan.

Remember Geocities? Now you can recreate it

Let’s break out the Comic Sans and get our guestbook on.

All the ways the internet has ruined your life

Seriously, internet. Enough is enough.

From TheJournal.ie 'Obama' surfs the net from Chinese café Identity

'Obama' surfs the net from Chinese café

Reports say that an identity card in the US leader’s name was forged to help internet café users avoid China’s web rules.

From TheJournal.ie Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads Sitdown Sunday

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

From TheJournal.ie Weird Wide Web: Bionic eyes, beer hunting and a test of how sexist you are Week In Web

Weird Wide Web: Bionic eyes, beer hunting and a test of how sexist you are

All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.

From TheJournal.ie Weird Wide Web: Atoms, bad dancing and a very odd shower scene Week In Web

Weird Wide Web: Atoms, bad dancing and a very odd shower scene

All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.

From TheJournal.ie World's first ever web page to be brought back to life Blast From The Past

World's first ever web page to be brought back to life

CERN is recreating the website that launched the world wide web to mark the 20th anniversary of the Tim Berners-Lee invention.

From TheJournal.ie Weird Wide Web: the week in online oddities Week In Web

Weird Wide Web: the week in online oddities

The internet’s best offerings in social media, tech and science news.

From TheJournal.ie Oireachtas to question newspapers over 'paying for linking' Links

Oireachtas to question newspapers over 'paying for linking'

Labour TD Seán Kenny is asking the National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI) to appear before an Oireachtas committee to explain its stance on linking.

Weird Wide Web: the week in online oddities

The internet’s best offerings in social media, tech, science and weird news.

Weird Wide Web: the week in online oddities

The internet’s best offerings in social media, tech, science and weird news.

From TheJournal.ie Mozilla CEO says Google is a "frenemy" Web Summit

Mozilla CEO says Google is a "frenemy"

Gary Kovacs says that while Mozilla, which created Firefox, gets most of its revenue from Google, the two companies are still eyeing each other carefully.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin Web Summit: Credit and debit cards could become a thing of the past Web Summit

Dublin Web Summit: Credit and debit cards could become a thing of the past

In the future people will want to be able to make payments directly from their current account using their phone, rather than a card, the Dublin Web Summit heard today.

The Weird Wide Web: the week in online oddities

The internet’s best offerings in social media, tech, science and weird news.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Why the KildareStreet.com debacle is just a symptom Opinion

Column: Why the KildareStreet.com debacle is just a symptom

KildareStreet.com might survive – but its story represents a wider Irish problem, writes William Campbell.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland is 10th in world web index Webtastic

Ireland is 10th in world web index

Ireland outpaces all other countries in the Index in terms of the Web’s effects on the economy, new index finds.

From TheJournal.ie Could these contact lenses augment reality? Life Thru A Lens This post contains images

Could these contact lenses augment reality?

Company developing lens which gives 3-D virtual reality to wearers…

From TheJournal.ie Trolls beware: YouTube want you to comment using your real name YouWho?

Trolls beware: YouTube want you to comment using your real name

Video site YouTube has started asking users to provide their real names when commenting. Some of the reasons they allow you to give for declining prove interesting.

From TheJournal.ie Column: I knew my company had to get online - here's how I did it Opinion

Column: I knew my company had to get online - here's how I did it

It can be tough for small businesses to figure out how to set up a web presence, writes Peter Faulkner – especially if you’re not convinced by just Facebook and Twitter.

From TheJournal.ie Yahoo to cut 2,000 jobs worldwide Jobs

Yahoo to cut 2,000 jobs worldwide

The troubled internet company said there is no information yet on whether Irish jobs will be affected.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Will Ireland block the internet to save CDs? Opinion

Column: Will Ireland block the internet to save CDs?

Paul Quigley, co-founder of a site which tracks the sharing of news stories through social media, warns that changes in Irish legislation could shut down any site that ‘interacts’ with the internet.

From TheJournal.ie Registrations of .ie domains grew by 12 per cent last year Ie

Registrations of .ie domains grew by 12 per cent last year

The number of .ie registrations at the end of 2011 was 173,145 – marking growth of 12.9 per cent.

From TheJournal.ie Irish government rejects suggestions on regulating the web Internet Security

Irish government rejects suggestions on regulating the web

William Hague tells a major international conference that governments shouldn’t police the web – and Lucinda Creighton says Ireland agrees.

From TheJournal.ie Attention tech heads: TheJournal.ie needs YOU Jobs

Attention tech heads: TheJournal.ie needs YOU

We’re looking for a head of web development for Ireland’s fastest-growing news website – could that be you?

From TheJournal.ie Google says it has "shaved precious seconds" off web searches Google

Google says it has "shaved precious seconds" off web searches

The internet giant says it won’t be happy until browsing the web is as easy as flipping through a magazine.