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# The Internet

All time
Alan Shatter has a lot to say about 'venomous' online abuse
“I think we have a problem here.”
16 things all Irish people did in the early days of the internet
Those WERE the days.
#talktojoan is trending in Ireland... but not in a good way
Poor Joan.
Labour's latest social media campaign isn't going well
Joan Burton launched #talktojoan today.
The internet just keeps getting weirder... check out this story of a girl and her schoolbag
Meet Genevieve and her Jansport.
9 ways every noughties teen mortified themselves on the internet
MSN, Neopets, word art… it was a dark time.
There is a 'Skype facility' in Leinster House after all. Well, sort of... has done some digging today…
What was Bertie Ahern doing on the front page of the South China Morning Post?
He was talking about the internet, of course.
Jonathan Wilson on journalism and Championship Manager's impact on football analysis
We chatted with the Football Weekly favourite.
Here's what happens every five seconds on the internet
That’s a lot of pressure on the internet tubes.
New antisocial app helps you avoid running into people you can't stand
Cloak describes itself as incognito mode for real life.
Poll: Are you too reliant on the internet?
Do you get panicked if you can’t check your emails or your exact location?
Friendless kid thanks the internet for the best birthday surprise EVER
Colin told his mum he had no friends for a party so she found him millions online.
Marc Almond sees deadly Tainted Love video online, records new vocals
He gives them all a boy could give them.
Birds Eye is launching a new range of hashtag-shaped potatoes
These #tasty #new pot@to treats are made with real spuds.
One in five Irish teens have accessed content that disturbed them — survey
The new study also reveals that many Irish teenagers are keeping their parents in the dark regarding their online activity.
7 things the IT Crowd taught us about technology
Have you tried turning it off and on again? Have you?
You won't believe the detail of these incredible Cosplay costumes
If you don’t know what Cosplay is, that’s ok too, there’s an explanation inside.
Buzzfeed's internet empire expansion continues with $19.3m funding
The latest round of financing takes the total raised by Buzzfeed to $46.3 million.
How fast are Irish internet service providers? Here's what Netflix says
The online movie and TV series streaming service has published data on Irish ISPs and how they rank according to streaming speeds for Netflix content.