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Monday 20 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Look Back

All time
# browsing history
It's now 30 years since the first '.com' website. My, how things have changed...
It’s now the dominant internet domain for major companies
# Review
5 winners and losers of the 2014 League of Ireland season
It was a great year for Stephen Kenny and Longford Town while UCD and Roddy Collins will not look back on it fondly.
Column: 'We must look beyond 1913 and learn the lessons from the Lockout'
The anniversary of the 1913 Lockout has ended, but it offers us an opportunity to re-examine this history.
# Look Back
What does your own personalised Twitter video look like?
Facebook rolled out a similar feature earlier this month to celebrate its 10th birthday.
# Look Back
You can now edit your Facebook Look Back video
Begone rotten picture! Farewell scuzzy ex!
# good guy facebook
Facebook pledges to make special Look Back vid for grieving dad
So many feels.
# Look Back
El Clasico: 6 memorable past meetings between Barcelona and Real Madrid
Spain’s top two face off in La Liga for the first time this season. Relive some of great moments.
# Look Back
All-Ireland SHC 2012: Galway’s route to the final
A recap on the Tribemen’s journey to Sunday’s showcase meeting with Kilkenny.
# Not the News
Here is the week's news... skewed
BREAKING via The Mire wire: The underground sect which has never been exposed to Craig Doyle – and would you trust NAMA to mind your children?
# Look Back
Off the record: the biggest sports stories you might have missed this weekend
Bill Murray invokes the spirit of Carl Spackler at Pebble Beach and there’s that other Handshake Gate from Villa Park.
# Look Back
The sporting year in review: September
The Cats reclaimed the All-Ireland title while the Dubs lifted their first in 16 years. Plus, New Zealand hosted some tournament or other.
# Rivals
The Magnificent Seven: Arsenal versus Manchester United
Arsenal’s trip to Old Trafford on Monday evening will be the latest installment of a rivalry which has been fierce and often excessive, but always entertaining.