Irish Examiner is reporting how former Kerry footballer Paul Galvin is now making more money from his men’s fashion website than he was as a teacher in St Brendan’s College, Killarney.
“There were just opportunities happening and I had a small presence online and it kept growing and growing,” explained Galvin. “I didn’t know if I could, to be honest. I just took a punt, really. I make a decent living. It’s not like I’m making, you know… but it’s better than what I earned teaching.
“Ryanair has said it will create 50 new information technology and digital jobs in developing its website. The airline is recruiting web developers, designers, analysts, software engineers and other website specialists to help “transform” its website, develop a digital marketing platform and create a new mobile app. It is holding an open day for “web stars” at its Dublin offices in Airside, Swords on February 8.“
A video for Planet Online by the German electronic group Neosignal in which Canadian art collective Dent De Cuir re-imagines various memes and websites of the modern Interweebs in the style of early 90s toy commercials.