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Not that many years ago the media was the preserve of informed journalists and editors who were able to disseminate information for public consumption, and represent the public interest. All that has changed with the advent of social media where people can share their thoughts, their beliefs, their stories, their past at will. But they can also share ignorant and offensive behaviour. Worse, this week people witnessed a recording of an American announcing to the public his plan to kill, before posting another of him shooting a victim dead, via Facebook.
We all can agree that the use of computers and cell phones as part of our daily lives and work has become increasingly prominent. Banking, social media, work/school assignments, the list goes on and on. Common symptoms associated with neck pain are:
Whether it is adding to your own Christmas wish list or buying for a loved one, make sure you invest in something really special this year.
Research co-authored by NUI Galway lecturer says employees with diverse Twitter network develop better ideas
New research suggests that employees with a diverse Twitter network that exposes them to people and ideas they do not already know tend to generate better ideas.
Shopify is this week starting to hire Gurus, the company’s customer support agents, to work remotely in the Galway region. The new operations will allow the company to better serve their international merchants across any time zone. Headquartered in Canada, Shopify has over 600 employees and currently powers more than 165,000 stores in approximately 150 countries.
Residents of the Galway area to being sought to participate in a research study on the area of furniture retail. Participants must be willing to attend a two-hour focus group that will be held the evening of Monday, May 11 from 7.30-9.30pm in Briarhill Business Park.
For college graduates, LinkedIn can be an overwhelming medium to negotiate.
The next free seminar organised by Online Marketing in Galway will feature Aoife Kelly of Dublin-based Dreamwedding and Fergal Costello, of Touchwood.ie.