Words by Brian Ward People are gradually waking up to the realisation that the internet is not a bodiless ether, but is a mass producer of carbon. Every year the amount of carbon produced as a direct result of the internet is increasing. Coverage of this issue first became fixed in my mind with the … Continue reading Ireland’s data centre bubble
Our first issue, entitled Work will be published September 2021. Continue reading Issue One
Anna Walsh Note: I do not represent the Trans Writers Union. Rather, the Trans Writers Union represents me, and as such my personal thoughts recorded here do not necessarily speak for other members of the TWU. In the summer of 2020, it seemed as though every weekend culture magazine in Ireland was giving certain writers … Continue reading The Formation and Aims of the Trans Writers Union
For several years now the role of experts in society has been under fire. In 2016, Michael Gove said the people and the country had had enough of experts, he seemed to touch a nerve and reflect, if not the opinion of the majority, then certainly an element within the popular consciousness. So what if … Continue reading The Conversation and Gatekeeping: using experts to provide a veneer of authority.
Party noun par·ty | \ ˈpär-tē \ plural parties Definition of party (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a person or group taking one side of a question, dispute, or contest The parties in the lawsuit reached an agreement. 2 : a group of persons organized for the purpose of directing the policies of a … Continue reading No Parties Magazine