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There are a number of ways to use social media and other sharing technologies to keep effortlessly up-to-date with this blog and Irish history in general. Read on for more information. In each case, clicking on the icon will take you to that website.

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Updates to the Irish History Compressed website are also publicised on twitter.com, but mostly the feed aims to collect and retweet things that may appeal to those people interested in the history of Ireland. Again, clicking on the icon will take you there,

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“A picture tells a thousand words” may be a cliché, but it’s nonetheless true. Irish History Compressed’s boards on Pinterest contain not just a collection of interesting and evocative photos but also a growing number of info-graphics, annotated maps and the like.

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