1.    Like pipes burst during the big freeze, the saga of Wikileaks just keeps on trickling through. Now they have a new whistle blower onside, Rudolf Elmer, who has provided them with details of some prolific tax evaders. And so we wait for the next installment… – http://tinyurl.com/6zor9by

2.    Here are some interesting insights into the mind of the Irish teen in a recent study by Mulley Communications – http://mulley.ie/teensurvey/

3.    We love this great initiative by Enterprise Ireland to get entrepreneurial students to create innovative business proposals. This is part of the new ‘Think Outside the Box’ competition, which has an overall prize fund of €30,000 – http://tinyurl.com/6eppwz8

4.    Some nice figures announced by eBay this week showing revenues grew 5pc to US$2.5bn, or 10pc, excluding VOIP player Skype. In the UK, the company said its Fashion Outlet business is delivering 10pc higher revenues than e-commerce – http://tinyurl.com/6x7vbpg

5.    As apps continue to take over the world, the DAA have gotten in on the act with a new free app that will help passengers using the airport find their way around and access live arrivals and departures information – http://tinyurl.com/5tfct33

6.    The police in Canada’s biggest city Toronto are well clued in to the advantages of social media. Since 2007 they have been using Twitter to help them with ongoing cases and have 20,000 followers. How long before the Gardai follow suit? – http://tinyurl.com/47vsj52

7.    Music lovers will be delighted to hear that UK music streaming site, We7, launched in Ireland this week. We7.ie users can stream and listen to a catalogue of over 6.5million tracks for free. This includes a wide range of Irish-produced music and tracks from independent labels that is not available anywhere else – http://tinyurl.com/6c6q6cc

8.    Job creation is very welcome in the current climate so good news for Cork as US software firm Quest Software announced plans to create 150 jobs with a new international shared services centre in the city -http://tinyurl.com/6blk75a

9.    We all know that the arrival of a baby heralds a major lifestyle change for parents but did you know they affect your social media lifestyle too? A survey by Media Audit shows that parents with children under six spend more time using social networks than those with older children – http://tinyurl.com/4mzrvec

And finally…

10. The monks at Glenstal Abbey in Limerick are no strangers to technology. Thanks to a chance meeting with businessman Dermot Desmond at a wedding, the monks took on the challenge of developing their own app for iPhone and Android, to update their fans with their latest news, daily prayers, chants and quotes from the Rule of St. Benedict. Altogether…“Amen” – http://www.glenstal.org/?p=583