Damien Mulley has conducted a survey among 101 teenagers on their mobile and digital habits. It throws up some interesting trends. For example, more teens use Facebook than phone calls to contact mates on their mobile. (The Irish Times takes a slightly different tone in its coverage of the survey here.) Also, Meteor is cited as having almost half the teen market, with Nokia being the most common handset (though iPhone is "most desired). Both of these statistics are probably as much to do with parents and budgets than individual preferences.
What happens to your digital accounts when you die? That's what iDeparted.com is for. Mainly Twitter and Facebook, but also blogs.
Related: the blog of David Stewart, a much-missed Irish journalistic colleague, is still up. The last entry was written two weeks before he died, in 2006. Bit macabre.
A well-argued piece on why slashing 'fair-use' data allowances (as mobile operators are currently doing) isn't 'fair'.
Argos has (for once) a decent clearance sale on TVs. 32-inch 1080p Samsung sets for €300. (In its Santry, Dublin, store anyway.)
Live long and prosper. And do you come here often? Trekkie dating site.
A first glimpse of Rupert Murdoch's new iPad newspaper. Not so promising.