Hiya. If you haven’t dropped in to I.Doubt.It over the weekend, it was a busy one. Thanks to everyone who made Saturday a record day for visitors. Here’s the best of what the rest of you missed:
What Phone Is Right For You? 7 – I, Android
Latest in the ongoing series of articles aimed at helping you pick the best fruit in the smartphone jungle. Today I look at Google’s Android and ask if it is a better alternative to Apple’s iPhone.
Don’t Trust The Data Protection Commission
The agency charged with keeping us safe from the likes of the News Of The World’s “phone hacking” has a suggestion to prevent the same thing happening here. Unfortunately, it’s wrong.
Expel The Papal Nuncio
Join the campaign to tell the Vatican that canon law is not above the law of the land.
They Really Are Out To Get You
Despite ever more excruciating cuts into Ireland’s budget, no matter how much we reduce health and social spending, the US-based agencies continue to revise our credit rating down. Could there be a hidden agenda?
Your Morning Monkey
Just a picture of me. With a monkey.
Some Of Last Week’s Highlights
Stuff you might not have seen yet if you’re new to I.Doubt.It
Good Morning, Euro. Euro?
I come up with a brilliant solution to the currency crisis.
The George Michael Revelations
Disgraced Murdoch minion Rebekah Brooks admitted her papers got celebrity news from police informers – or so George Michael claimed on Twitter. I edit his tweets together to make his allegations clear.
The World’s Greatest Secret
Before she was fired herself, when Rebekah Brooks made the entire staff of the News Of The World redundant, she told them that when the full story comes out in a year from now they would see she had no choice. I think I know what the terrible secret is.
First Impressions of Google+
Is it the new Facebook? Is it the new Twitter? Is it the new Twitface?