All Change

A new government always means jobs and wealth creation, as agencies and departments are rebadged and reorganised. It’s an exciting time for all designers of logos, letterheads, and brass nameplaces.

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Long Story

Long Story

Post-election talks are like a whodunnit where you figure out the answer in chapter two but have to keep reading to the end anyway just to see how it pans out.

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Rise and Fall

Rise and Fall

Breaking News: Coronavirus sparks worst stock market fall since 2008. Virus does more damage to the world economy than Lehman Brothers.

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Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis

There are days when I wonder who the stupidest man in the internet is. And days when I worry it’s me.

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What’s in a Name?

What's in a Name?

Never trust a man who invented his own nickname.

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State Visit

State Visit

Negotiations to form the new government are expected to take some time, as nobody wants to be the new taoiseach in March and have to meet Trump.

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The Turing/Godwin Conundrum

As the complexity of artificial intelligence systems increases, the probability that they will start amplifying the biases and prejudices of their designers approaches One.

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Neologism

Neologism

The English language needs the word ‘errorny’, meaning whatever people think the word ‘irony’ means when they misuse it.

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