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My Perfect Life: A Careful and Complex Design

by Emma Gilpin

The squares line up evenly and perfectly, forming a beautifully neat grid which I can scroll through, a photographic record of all the best moments of my life from the ages of 15 to 19. 710 more words


Norton Rose Partner, Sean Murphy, on Blockchain and Smart Contracts

Artificial Lawyer spotted Norton Rose Fulbright‘s interest in blockchain and smart contracts a few months ago (see earlier story) after the global law firm became involved in a project with the UK’s  925 more words



Does anyone else get really excited on Fridays, because you know on Saturday you can sleep in and be lazy?

Even better, it’s Halloween on Monday. 6 more words


So hi guys. It’s been a while I know. I guess I should start with a little background to what’s been going on. After my grandpa passed away I really turned away from writing because I was just so upset I couldn’t do it. 163 more words



No, this is not a James Bond thriller in the lines of Quantum of Solance, nor a cheap little story. It is our introduction to some Batch file programming, more correctly, in modern terminology, for the NT series of Microsoft, Windows shell scripting – among other lusterless names. 1,989 more words


Christ Rebooted While the Irish Dream of Electric Sleep: Role of Technology in the Formation of the Contemporary Irish Dystopia Hero. Part 2

Continued from Part 1

Louise O’Neill’s Only Ever Yours strives for a very different style of pariah in the figure of freida, an Eve on the verge of leaving the school which has groomed her since birth to be either a companion wife, a concubine or a chastity, women who live alone and instil the order of the totalitarian society. 1,761 more words


Classic films: An unintentional Ridley Scott Binge

Having recently made the decision I need to buckle the hell down and watch all of the classic films I can, I recently went on a completely unintentional Ridley Scott binge. 1,096 more words

Beth Galey