Filter bubbles exist when we are fed only the info that we want to see and read, the views and content that interests us and corresponds with our view of the world.
If I use facebook, I’m only going to be exposed to posts by my friends and family. [...]
Following our mocks, I made a list of avoidable errors that I come across again and again and again. Here are some of them, alongside some links and suggestions to help you sort them out.
PROBLEM 1 = Mis-read the question
SOLUTION = Underline the key words in the question. Still confused? Re-write the question in [...]
Unless you’ve been hibernating under a rock you’ll be aware that the Leaving Cert results came out this week. As usual, the media focused almost exclusively on the two or three geniuses who managed to achieve near superhuman results, in some cases 9 A1s! These individuals are undoubtedly exceptional on so many levels [...]
For some reason when people envisage the future, cities looks quite like they do now but they’re curvier and have random flying pods zooming about.
Everything is also crystal clean sparkly clear and the [...]
I’m a big fan of Alan Stanford’s podcasts Hamlet in Howth.
They’re an excellent way of revising the play – but make sure you stay focused by taking notes as you listen.
Here’s the link: http://www.rte.ie/radio1/drama/hamletinhowthall.html