Just when you thought that you’d heard it all, you read this story. A Japanese woman who is an avid player in one of these wonderful virtual life games was recently so livid at her unexpected online, virtual divorce to her online, virtual husband that she killed off his character – virtually murdering him! Basically… Read More »Virtually murdered him, She did
The whole country has been up in arms since last week’s budget and the announcement that the medical cards for the over-70s would be harshly means-tested. There were other controversial movements in the budget also but this seemingly is the one that has grabbed most of the headlines and caused the most controversy. The aim… Read More »Dressing it up
As words cannot contain the overwhelming feeling of rage that I have at the moment I will be brief. Earlier today I made a comment to Shane that if today’s budget was delivered and the metro in Dublin was not cut from it, there would be no future for this country. The budget was delivered and… Read More »Budgie 2009 – Talk is cheep!
Yes, it would appear that the good folk at Oxford and Cambridge have decided to open up a wealth of their lectures to the general public. No indication of a fee that I can see nor if the material will be offered up for free, I hope it’s the latter. Combined audio and video media… Read More »Oxbridge on iTunes
Following a line of questioning in the Dail yesterday by Brian O’Shea (Labour TD) to Batt O’Keefe (Minister for Education) on the subject of the outstanding application for re-designation of WIT as the University for the South East, the Minister said that a decision is likely within a matter of weeks. Read the story in… Read More »Decision on University for Waterford?