Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Monday Morning Digest

A lot has been written about the death of Aaron Swartz. I interviewed him last year for an article about the then mooted Facebook IPO. Peter Crawley reviews The Theatre Machine Turns You On Vol.3. The new Nialler9 podcast is …

Mon, Jan 21, 2013, 12:14

   

A lot has been written about the death of Aaron Swartz. I interviewed him last year for an article about the then mooted Facebook IPO.

Peter Crawley reviews The Theatre Machine Turns You On Vol.3.

The new Nialler9 podcast is vg.

@GunDeaths and Slate are tallying crowdsourced data relating to American firearm deaths.

The redesign of Hooters.

Dr Anthony O’Connor writes about the medical profession, depression and suicide in Ireland.

GQ being stupid.

What’s next in the HMV narrative? By Jim Carroll.

Wow, this is kind of cool: Casserole is a network that pairs people’s spare meals with neighbours who mightn’t be able to cook for themselves, or are in need of a bit of nosh.

Conor Lally wrote a great piece in the Irish Times weekend edition about why our jails fail.

Nike woven rainbow trainers.

Orla Gartland – ‘Jealous’
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