The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) will launch a campaign titled "Your Future, Your Vote" tomorrow outside Leinster House with the intention to registering 50,000 Irish students to vote in the upcoming general election.
Weather, politics, Ireland's economic problems and a good bit of humour were the stories that you have been reading on The Sociable this year. In our first annual list of Sociable top tens we count down the most read, clicked and shared during 2010.
Mark Zukerberg has beaten Julian Assange, Hamid Karzai, The Chilean Miners and The Tea party to be named Time magazine’s person of the year. Each year Time Magazine awards people who have had a significant impact on world events to be their Person of the Year. Discussing this year award, Time editor Rick Stengel said Zuckerberg was awarded the honour to for
The Irish east coast might not have received the 25cm (10") of snow predicted on Monday but the blizzard conditions are still occupying the minds of Irish tweeters - or at least those in the nation's capital, or so says Trendsmap.
The economic and political crises in Ireland is the only topic of discussion on Twitter this week. In a day that has seen the collapse of the Irish government and calls for the Taoiseach to resign, the crises has occupied each of the social network's regional trends for Ireland.
Jay Leno's wise cracks at the expense of Brian Cowen have met with uproar from the media, most of whom are disgusted at the treatment of the 'Prime Minister of Ireland,' but those sentiments don't seem to be share by Ireland's social media users.
In a decision that would have Gene Roddenberry spinning in his space urn (if it hadn’t burned up on re-entry) several UN scientific committees are set to discuss the possibility of appointing a full-time ambassador for alien affairs.