A very limited data allowance on Irish Rail Wi-Fi. YouTube works just fine… but not for long!
New York’s new LinkNTC public wifi hubs – currently replacing the city’s old standing phone kiosks. Browse the web and access services on a built in tablet, charge your device via USB and make free calls to anywhere in the US with the Vonage app
The first Installation of a planned 7,500 public hubs is underway and by mid July, at least 500 should be installed thoughout the five boroughs.
Previously: Fidelma: The Frape Tape
It’s 9:40 and wifi already stopped working #websummit
— dan ouchterlony (@danouc) November 6, 2014
— Konstanty Sliwowski (@KSliwowski) November 6, 2014
Thanks Cormac McCann
Earlier: Is He Among Us?
Previously: Desperate House Wi Fi
A show of hands this afternoon of those affected by wi-fi issues at the Web Summit.
Wi-fi signal this morning (top). Web Summit founder, Paddy Cosgrave (above), opening the second day of the event in the RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
— Mark (@AnTweetseach) November 5, 2014
Graph via feebe this morning.
Previously: Who Took The Web From The Web Summit
Pic: Patrick Kennedy
— Interactive Sponsor (@isponsor) November 5, 2014
#Websummit Cosgrave slams RDS for wi-fi connection issues
— Independent Business (@IndoBusiness) November 4, 2014
— SMBclix.com (@SMBclix) November 4, 2014
Anyone know algorithms?
Needs more Karl, in fairness.
Top pic via Jessica Kelly
Pic: Laura Hogan
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
Der Howard tweetz:
Was it for this? Debenhams, Henry St [Dublin]
— Stephanie Grogan (@StephGrogan3) May 15, 2014
Moody’s to upgrade Ireland rating tomorrow, according to 6 of 9 analysts. More on @BloombergNews
— Dara Doyle (@DaraDoy) May 15, 2014
Moody’s is upgrading its view as Irish employment grows, the government deficit narrows and the wider crisis which threatened the euro-region’s future passes…Irish mortgage loans in arrears by more than three months rose to a record 18.4 percent in the first quarter, Fitch Ratings said this week.
“Some investors may scratch their head about valuations for Ireland,” Rainer Guntermann and David Schnautz, analysts with Commerzbank AG, wrote in a note to clients this week, adding the economic backdrop was “mixed.”
We’re going from Banjaxed to Mahogany Banjaxed.