Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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It's been one year since the first version of our Galway Tech Map, so it's time for an update! Here is the second version of the Galway Tech Map that shows the growing ICT ecosystem in Galway, incorporating feedback from the community over the past year. As before, if your organisation isn’t... + continue reading
Monday, February 2, 2015
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This post originally appeared on Startup Ireland, and was written with Maurice O'Gorman from the Galway Chamber of Commerce. Galway: Ireland’s fastest growing city and “Top Micro European City of the Future”; one of five global hubs in the medtech sector (with nine out of the world’s top 10... + continue reading
Sunday, November 16, 2014
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Startup Weekend is a non-profit organisation based in Seattle, which has been holding weekend long business creation events since 2007 in cities all around the world. Last weekend it was Galway's turn to host the event. Participants gathered on Friday evening. Some had come to pitch ideas and... + continue reading
Monday, November 10, 2014
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It is with deep regret that I learned this week of the passing of my good friend, colleague and StreamGlider co-founder, Bill McDaniel. Bill was, among many other things, a Semantic Web innovator and serial entrepreneur who co-founded a multitude of companies, shipped more than 70 products, and... + continue reading
John Breslin with the BMW i3 Electric Car
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Posted by Tom Murphy
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You can read more about John Breslin's experiences of using an electric car on a daily basis at the Technology Voice website: The Six Questions I’ve Been Most Frequently Asked About ecars and the BMW i3 http://tch.vc/1DtJrzh From the 19th Century Electric Car to an Internet of Electric... + continue reading
John Breslin with the BMW i3 Electric Car

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Reflecting on Congregation14 which took place last week in Cong on the Galway/Mayo border in the west of Ireland it was clear that social media can no long be considered a passing fad but now needs... + continue reading