The soft power of the female gamer
The soft power of the female gamer

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This picturesque West Cork home with separate basement apartment is on the market for €695,000
This picturesque West Cork home with separate basement apartment is on the market for €695,000

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Ingrid Hoey: ‘This serum reversed visible signs of sun damage on my skin’

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Design coach Karen Douglas shares her tips for working with an architect
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How to spot a scammer (according to someone who was actually scammed)
How to spot a scammer (according to someone who was actually scammed)

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Cillian Murphy’s book about empathy is essential reading for everyone
Cillian Murphy’s book about empathy is essential reading for everyone

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Supper Club: Hot-smoked salmon rice and asparagus salad
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Social Pictures: Sharon Corr debuts new Boots No7 Future Renew product
Social Pictures: Sharon Corr debuts new Boots No7 Future Renew product

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Need to boost your productivity? Make a not-to-do list
Need to boost your productivity? Make a not-to-do list

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This is how the muddle with Twitter will affect you


by Amanda Cassidy
12th Nov 2022

A vanity project gone horribly wrong?  A groundbreaking renewal of the 400 million user strong platform? An overnight decimation of carefully built brand presence? A community shattered? Yes, Twitter can be terrible. But for some it's also vital, writes Amanda Cassidy

We had the Banana Bread Revival of 2020, the Great Resignation of 2021. Now, we face into the Twit Twitter Takeover of 2022 – the year many realised the extent of their social media Stockholm syndrome. Chaos Even the experts are unsure of the way this will pan out. In the wake of Elon Musk buying Twitter, threatening bankruptcy, laying off more than half its 7500 employees and start-stoping it’s new Blue Tick subscription service,  it’s...

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